Devil May Cry is back. The combat is a blast, the dialogue is irreverent and snappy, and the game looks terrific. Best of all, Dante is in top form.
This year’s Tokyo Game Show is over. But our memories of its cosplay will live on and on.
While at the Tokyo Game Show, I checked out a trio of fighters based on anime games, including Kill la Kill: IF, My Hero: One’s Justice and Jump Force.
Today was the first public day of the Tokyo Game Show. The crowds were massive, and the lines were long. Let’s look at which games were drawing the biggest crowds.
While Kojima Productions doesn’t have a game demo booth at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, it does have a merchandise booth.
In 2014, Yokai Watch’s popularity exploded in Japan. The 3DS game and its anime became a nationwide phenomenon, with kids singing the theme song (and doing its catchy dance) and begging their parents to buy them Yokai Watch toys.
One of the biggest booths at this year’s Tokyo Game Show is for Ninjala, a multiplayer action game for Nintendo Switch. The character design and the color palette are reminiscent of Splatoon, but I wondered if that’s where the similarities end.
Starting next year, PS Vita shipments will stop in Japan, reports Mantan Web. Sony Interactive Entertainment exec Hiroyuki Oda added, “Right now, I’d like you to consider that there is no PS Vita successor hardware.”
Today was the first day of this year’s Tokyo Game Show. It was a business day, which means the show wasn’t open to the public. But here’s your inside look.
Every year, the Tokyo Game Show seems to have a specific theme. One year, there was a plethora of mobile games and another year VR was getting all the buzz. This year, there are certainly a good number of gaming chairs.
The latest Resident Evil 2 remake trailer has first official glimpse of Ada Wong.
Cafe Leblanc isn’t only a place for serious coffee lovers, but it’s also where Tokyo Game Show visitors can play some Persona Q2.
It’s time to have a closer look at Nero’s new design in the waxy flesh. Capcom rolled out a life-sized statue of the character’s Devil May Cry 5 iteration at its Tokyo Game Show booth.
The recently announced PlayStation Classic is small. But how does it look side by side with the original? Like this!
The Mini Mega Drive announced earlier this year for Japan has been delayed to 2019. The reason is that Sega decided to also release a Mini Genesis simultaneously worldwide as well as to ensure the quality to up to snuff.
Australian cosplayer A.K. Wirru pulled off a terrific cosplay of iconic fighting game character Mai Shiranui. Here’s how he did it.