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10th September 2019

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TGS: Death Stranding TGS 2019 presentation will last around 49 minutes

Kojima Productions will show 49 minutes worth of Death Stranding during TGS this week. During PlayStation Japan Live at the Tokyo Game Show, a 49 minute Death Stranding presentation will be shown. The footage will be shown on September 12, followed by a 30 minute presentation on September 14. The following day, the Japanese voice […] The post Death Stranding TGS 2019 presentation will last around 49 minutes appeared first on VG247.

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10th September 2019

11:30
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TGS: E3: Final Fantasy VII Remake to Receive Brand New Trailer at TGS 2019

Head in the Clouds.Next year is loaded with hugely anticipated PlayStation 4 games, but few are as meaningful as Final Fantasy VII Remake. The unforgettable PSone megahit is famously being rebuilt from the ground-up for Sony’s current console, and while we haven’t seen a fat lot of Cloud Strife and crew since E3 2019, publisher Square Enix has promised that we’ll learn a lot more at the Tokyo Game Show this week.In fact, according to director Tetsuya Nomura, we’ll see a new trailer on 12th September. The contents of the video are, of course, being kept under wraps, but we’d anticipate…

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10th September 2019

09:00
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TGS: Sounds Like We're About to See a Whole Lot of Death Stranding at Tokyo Game Show

Nearly an hour of footage incoming.Sony's got a pretty robust lineup of titles being displayed at Tokyo Game Show 2019. Of course, it includes PlayStation 4 exclusive Death Stranding, the enigmatic new game from Hideo Kojima. With the release date fast approaching, it makes sense to show off a little more of how the title operates. By the sound of it, we'll be seeing plenty.Kojima has tweeted about his tasks ahead of TGS. He says he's editing gameplay footage for the presentation himself, "As well as the script for the stage show". He followed this up with the following statement:Read the full…

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10th September 2019

08:43
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TGS: New Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer coming this week at TGS

As many fans hoped, we are indeed getting a new Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer at TGS. Square Enix has confirmed that it’ll be releasing a new Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer in time for TGS this week. Though an exact date wasn’t provided, the official tweet announcing the news suggested it would give us […] The post New Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer coming this week at TGS appeared first on VG247.

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9th September 2019

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TGS: 80 Minutes Of Death Stranding Will Be Shown At TGS 2019

The Tokyo Games Show kicks off this week, running from September 12 to 15 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia has already outlined its plans for the show, showcasing numerous first- and third-party games across its show floor booth, a nearby mega-theatre, and a series of live-streamed stage events. Similarly to E3, Sony won't be hosting a press conference at TGS. And while the much-anticipated Ghost of Tsushima will be at the show, there won't be any new footage.The same can't be said of Death Stranding, however. Developer Kojima Productions will host…

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5th September 2019

14:10
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TGS: E3: Ghost Of Tsushima Will Be At TGS 2019, But Don't Expect Anything New

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia previously outlined its plans for the upcoming Tokyo Game Show, which runs from September 12 to 15 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. The company announced it would be showcasing numerous games on the show floor and in a nearby mega-theatre, including Final Fantasy VII Remake, Nioh 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Death Stranding. The most notable news to come out of Sony's plans, however, was the absence of a pre-show press conference, following in the wake of Sony's no-show at E3 and its decision not to host the annual PlayStation Experience…

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5th September 2019

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TGS: Despite being part of Sony’s TGS 2019 line-up, we’re not actually getting new Ghost of Tsushima footage

Sony has revealed its line-up for TGS 2019, getting everyone excited for a few moments. TGS 2019 kicks off next week, and Sony has already shared a glimpse into what it has planned for Japan’s biggest games show. More specifically, SIE Japan has unveiled the line-up of games it’ll be showing at TGS, and what […] The post Despite being part of Sony’s TGS 2019 line-up, we’re not actually getting new Ghost of Tsushima footage appeared first on VG247.

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5th September 2019

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TGS: Sony Plans to Show Plenty of Trailers at TGS 2019

But will they be new?Ghost of Tsushima will be on display at Tokyo Game Show 2019, but it sounds like it’s going to be an old trailer. The platform holder has revealed the list of PlayStation 4 titles that will appear at its booth, and hotly anticipated exclusives like Ghost of Tsushima are among the roster. Unfortunately, the samurai-themed open worlder will be shown in trailer form only, and it’ll be an old one at that.Among the playable titles will be Borderlands 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Concrete Genie, and Final Fantasy VII: Remake. Fascinatingly, attendees will also be able to…

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30th August 2019

14:15
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TGS: Sony's Tokyo Game Show Plans Include Live Streamed Presentations on Upcoming Titles

No actual press conference, though.Sony's more or less ditched the traditional press conference this year, but that's not to say the platform holder won't be at the industry's big events. Tokyo Game Show 2019 is right around the corner, and while Sony's presence at Gamescom was minimal, it looks like it has bigger plans for the Japanese trade show.As reported by Gematsu, the company has outlined its plans for TGS over on its official site and the Japanese PlayStation Blog. The PlayStation booth is set to have playable demos of many upcoming games, such as Final Fantasy VII Remake, Nioh 2, and…

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30th August 2019

12:14
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TGS: E3: Sony Outlines Its Tokyo Game Show Plans, And There Won't Be A Press Conference

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia has outlined its plans for the Tokyo Game Show 2019, which runs from September 12 to 15 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. Sony will be showcasing numerous games at the PlayStation booth on the show floor, but unlike previous years this is yet another event that won't feature a Sony press conference.The company opted to skip E3 entirely earlier this year, marking the first time it has done so since entering the video game industry in the mid-90s. "PlayStation fans mean the world to us and we always want to innovate, think differently and experiment…

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22nd August 2019

21:45
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TGS: Nioh 2 Will Hack and Slash the Tokyo Game Show Next Month

All-new screenshots and art.Anticipated sequel Nioh 2 will cut the Tokyo Game Show next month, as publisher Koei Tecmo lines up an all-new demo of the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, creative director Tom Lee showcased the key art for the title, confirming that the central character will indeed be a so-called “half-breed”.“He is part human as well as possessing the extraordinary power of the Yokai,” he explained. “As a samurai warrior, his journey takes us through the treacherous Sengoku period of Japan. And his transformation from human to fiend will…

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22nd July 2019

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TGS: Gamescom: E3: Sony Will Exhibit at Gamescom, Tokyo Games Show

Back in business.Sony’s absence at E3 2019 contributed to one of the worst conventions at the American game show since the event began two decades ago, but the platform holder will exhibit at Gamescom 2019 and Tokyo Games Show 2019. While there’s no confirmation of any press conferences right now, the company will be present on both show floors, showcasing its latest wares.Exactly what it’ll be demoing is up for debate: Death Stranding is possible, we suppose – while the likes of Dreams and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare make sense. We should get some news soon, as the German convention…

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4th January 2019

19:32
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TGS: Silent Hills' P.T. Returns As A Free Fan Remake, And You Can Play It In VR

The entire playable teaser for Konami's Silent Hills has been remade in Unreal Engine for PC. Called Unreal PT, the remake comes with VR support, allowing you to further immerse yourself in the teaser's terrors.Created by a fan of the original P.T., who goes by RadiusGordello on itch.io, Unreal PT has been in development since April 2018. The game supports mouse and keyboard, as well as PS4, Xbox One, and VR motion controllers. Unreal PT is nearly identical to the original teaser, with the biggest change made to the ending. Beating the game and reaching the ending is less random, allowing you…

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3rd November 2017

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TGS: Thor: Ragnarok Cast Performs Movie Live In Front Of Audience

While many will be crowding into movie theaters this weekend to see Marvel's latest film, Thor: Ragnarok, one lucky audience got a very unique experience when they sat down to watch the film. Instead of Ragnarok, Late Late Show host James Corden appeared on a makeshift stage in front of the screen to introduce the cast of Thor, who then acted the movie out live.Framing it as a 4D experience, it was almost as if Ragnarok was a poorly-produced elementary school play that just happened to cast some of the most famous actors in Hollywood--Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum,…

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11th October 2017

20:44
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TGS: Monster Hunter World Offers More Flexibility Than Before

One of the biggest releases in early 2018 is Monster Hunter World, the first new installment in Capcom's long-running franchise to release on a home console since 2010. The move to PS4 and Xbox One has opened up new gameplay opportunities for the series, which we got to see firsthand during New York Comic-Con.The demo on display at Capcom's booth was the same one featured at this year's Tokyo Game Show; you can watch our full playthrough from that event above. The quest we selected dropped us in Wildspire Waste, a sprawling, arid canyon region dotted with marshes. Like other areas, Wildspire Waste…

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11th October 2017

11:35
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TGS: New Code Vein English Gameplay: 16 Minutes Of Exploration And The Queen's Knight Boss Fight

Those looking to fill the gaping, Dark Souls-shaped hole in their lives have been keeping a close eye on Bandai Namco's Code Vein. Dubbed "anime Dark Souls" by many, it draws heavy influence from From Software's acclaimed Souls series, most notably in its difficulty. Check out the Code Vein Tokyo Game Show trailer if you want to see how it's also borrowing some of the mood and feel too.GameSpot recently got some hands-on time with the English build of Code Vein, which is similar to the one shown at Tokyo Game Show but features a little extra time to explore and the opportunity to face a boss.…

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25th September 2017

07:08
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TGS: Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey Says He Is Working On "Very Exciting Things."

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, who left Oculus earlier this year, is staying in the virtual reality industry. Speaking at the Tokyo Game Show this week, Luckey confirmed his new venture but declined to share more details."I have a new company; I can't talk about my projects too much yet, but I'm still working in the virtual reality industry on some very exciting things," he said at an appearance at an HTC Vive event, as reported by RoadToVR.He went on to say that he does not want to be seen "as an Oculus person," because his ambitions are grander than one company alone."Don't think of me as an…

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25th September 2017

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TGS: Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey Says He Is Working On "Very Exciting Things"

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, who left Oculus earlier this year, is staying in the virtual reality industry. Speaking at the Tokyo Game Show this week, Luckey confirmed his new venture but declined to share more details."I have a new company; I can't talk about my projects too much yet, but I'm still working in the virtual reality industry on some very exciting things," he said at an appearance at an HTC Vive event, as reported by RoadToVR.He went on to say that he does not want to be seen "as an Oculus person," because his ambitions are grander than one company alone."Don't think of me as an…

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24th September 2017

23:54
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TGS: Palmer Luckey: "I Have A New Company"

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, who left Oculus earlier this year, is staying in the virtual reality industry. Speaking at the Tokyo Game Show this week, Luckey confirmed his new venture but declined to share more details."I have a new company; I can't talk about my projects too much yet, but I'm still working in the virtual reality industry on some very exciting things," he said at an appearance at an HTC Vive event, as reported by RoadToVR.He went on to say that he does not want to be seen "as an Oculus person," because his ambitions are grander than one company alone."Don't think of me as an…

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