Weekly News

Blog | TGS

10th April 2022

13:00
TGS

TGS: Could the Shenmue 4 Dream Still Be Alive

Hints and teases happening.Shenmue 3 was a strange game in hindsight. While this author was rather enamoured with its commitment to the legendary series’ plodding pacing, there’s no doubt that it failed to meaningfully move the franchise’s narrative forward – a bizarre decision, considering just how long we waited to play the threequel.There was always hope, of course, that the revival would do just well enough to demand a sequel, and chatter online suggests it may be getting the go-ahead. It’s really loose, wishful stuff, but it all stems from creator Yu Suzuki’s recent appearance…

Original Source

19th January 2022

16:07
TGS

TGS: Sony Fans Want Bloodborne PC Port to Counter Microsofts Activision Purchase

Yesterday was quite an eventful day in the gaming industry, as Microsoft shocked everyone by announcing that it has acquired Activision Blizzard for a whopping $67B dollar and now fans want Sony to release Bloodborne’s PC port. The console wars were dominated totally by PlayStation in the PS4-Xbox One era, and while initial numbers show ... The post Sony Fans Want Bloodborne PC Port to Counter Microsoft’s Activision Purchase by Md Armughanuddin appeared first on DualShockers.

Original Source

25th November 2021

12:40
TGS

TGS: Devil May Cry 5 runs smoothly on the Steam Deck according to Capcom

Want to slay demons on the go? Eager to get motivated on your commute? Well, you're in luck: Capcom has released a video showcasing how well Devil May Cry 5 runs on Valve's upcoming handheld Steam Deck console.The game appears to be running in a smooth 60 frames per second (not bad for a portable machine) and doesn't compromise on game quality, either. Check out just how well Valve's punchy little machine handles the game in the video below.It shouldn't come as a surprise that the game runs nicely on the hardware – after all, Valve is reviewing the entire Steam library for Steam Deck compatibility…

Original Source

5th October 2021

09:02
TGS

TGS: Elden Ring producer shares more details about the games unusual map

It’s just like being back in the old days; Elden Ring news is hard to come by, and the developers of the game have retreated into the studio to put the finishing touches to the game, with nothing being said about the title since a handful of previews went live in August. It’s just like that big gulf of news we had between the game’s announcement in 2019 and the big trailer reveal back in June.Tokyo Game Show 2021, at least, unveiled some new information for us. Producer Yasuhiro Kitao gave a few brief comments to Famitsu during the event, and allowed us to glean a few more details…

Original Source

4th October 2021

13:37
TGS

TGS: Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin is an Epic Games Store exclusive on PC

The latest trailer for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin confirmed that the game will launch on March 18, 2022 and also appears to confirm that the title will be an Epic Games Store exclusive at launch.If you're a dedicated Steam player and wanted to experinece the Chaos-fuelled nonsense of Jack and his buddies at launch, we may have some bad news for you: it looks like the game is exclusive to Epic Games Store only for the foreseeable. Sometimes, we'll see games that launch on Epic Games Store come to other platforms later (similarly to how PlayStation or Xbox get one-year exclusivity…

Original Source

3rd October 2021

14:59
TGS

TGS: Final Fantasy 16s main scenario is complete only has a few quality improvements left

Final Fantasy 16 producer Naoki Yoshida provided a small update during about the game's developmnet during a Tokyo Game Show live stream this weekend, and noted that the game is perhaps closer to completion that people may have thought.Back in June, Square Enix tempered Final Fantasy fans' expectations and told those eager to learn mort about that game that they shouldn't expect to see the title at Tokyo Game Show 2021. Yet, despite not showing more gameplay or debuting a new trailer at the show, we did hear something else – a small update on the game courtesy of Yoshida. Read more

Original Source

1st October 2021

12:43
TGS

TGS: Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin looks a lot better in TGS trailer coming March 18

Square Enix's TGS 2021 show just wrapped up, and one of the bigger highlights has been a new trailer for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin. Outside of showing off a new slice of gameplay, the trailer also revealed the game's release date.The Team Ninja-developed action RPG arrives March 18 on PC (EGS), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The game appears much more polished in this new gameplay. Colours in particular pop more, and the image overall is sharper.Part of that is because one of the new areas shown is inspired by the Sunleth Waterscape from Final Fantasy 13, but you can…

Original Source

30th September 2021

16:42
TGS

TGS: Could Square Enix Announce Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 at TGS 2021

Square Enix recently released its full schedule for Tokyo Game Show 2021, but what’s in store for FF7 Remake Part 2? Tokyo Game Show 2021 is finally here, bringing with it exciting announcements and dozens of new looks at upcoming games. This year, one of the highest anticipated parts of TGS is Square Enix’s presentations, ... The post Could Square Enix Announce Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 at TGS 2021? by Natalie Schmidt appeared first on DualShockers.

Original Source

29th September 2021

09:11
TGS

TGS: Final Fantasy Origin Forspoken and more confirmed for Square Enix TGS show

There's going to be quite a lot to digest at this year's Tokyo Game Show, and Square Enix wants to make sure you're primed and ready to learn more about chaos before the event kicks off from October 1.Running from October 1 through until October 3, Square Enix has quite a lot on the bill for it's digital-only showcase. Everything kicks off with an hour-long intro presser at 7pm JST / 6am ET / 11am UK on October 1 where you can expect an overview of what's to come. From there, individual showcases focsuing on Guardians of the Galaxy, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, Voice of Cards -…

Original Source

28th September 2021

14:45
TGS

TGS: Chaos Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Schedules TGS Showcase for This Saturday

Time for more chaos.Square Enix will be taking some chaos to TGS 2021 as it shares word of a Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin digital showcase taking place this Saturday, 2nd October 2021. The tweet confirming the news reads: "Tune in to our Tokyo Game Show Special Broadcast on Saturday October 2nd to hear the latest on #StrangerOfParadise #FinalFantasy Origin. The presentation will have full English subtitles."Details are scarce outside of the social media post, but a fresh batch of gameplay clips are likely alongside more details about the Team Ninja collaboration. While the game was…

Original Source

15th September 2021

13:15
TGS

TGS: Dont expect new announcements during Xboxs TGS 2021 showcase

Microsoft will be attending TGS 2021, and ahead of the show, it is trying to quell expectations for western audiences.The company has said its showcase during TGS 2021 will be curated for players in Japan and across Asia, and not to expect new global debuts.Instead you can expect "regionally relevant updates" on previously announced games coming later this year. Read more

Original Source

1st September 2021

11:24
TGS

TGS: Xbox Tokyo Game Show Event Announced Will Have quotExclusive Newsquot

Microsoft will host a showcase at Tokyo Game Show later this month, and the company is promising some "exclusive news." VGC noticed that the Tokyo Game Show website shows that Microsoft will have a 50-minute Xbox showcase on September 30. The Xbox Tokyo Game Show Showcase 2021, as it's called, is slated to take place September 30 at 6 PM local time in Japan, which is 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET / 10 AM BST. "Jump in and join Xbox as we bring our gaming ecosystem gaming to the world," reads a line from the showcase's description, via VGC. "We have some exclusive news and content to share and Tokyo Game Show…

Original Source

1st September 2021

09:50
TGS

TGS: Gamescom: King of Fighters 15 Atlus Arc System Works and more confirmed for Tokyo Game Show 2021

Like gamescom 2021 that wrapped up earlier this week, Tokyo Game Show 2021 is once again going to be an online event – and the schedule has just been released.The Japanese industry conference is going to be held digitally between September 30 and October 3, and you can expect some big festivities as this is going to be the 25th anniversary of the show.As per a full lisitng on the event's official website, we can determine that there's going to be quite a few updates on games we already know are coming to market. After a keynote (assuringly titled 'We'll always have games') a couple of developers…

Original Source

31st August 2021

09:00
TGS

TGS: Adorable Cat Collecting Game Neko Atsume VR Is Finally Available on PS Store in North America

PSVR optional, by the way.About four years ago, it was announced that Neko Atsume, a popular Japanese game about collecting and playing with feline friends, would be getting a PlayStation VR version. While this did materialise in 2018, it was only released in its homeland of Japan, with no sign of a Western launch for cat lovers across the sea. However, as discovered by Gematsu, the game is now available in North America.Yes, Neko Atsume VR has released today on PS Store for the US and Canada. Playable on a regular display or with a PSVR headset, the game is a sandbox experience in which you collect…

Original Source