Manga Reader announced for PlayStation Vita

Today during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press conference the company revealed a new app that will be released in Japan that will allow PlayStation Vita owners to buy and read both comics and manga on their portable gaming device. The SCEJ president, Hiroshi Kawano, stood up on stag and revealed how the reader will work. To show off how great the visuals of each manga will appear on the Vita, Kaw...

God Eater 2 announced for the Vita and PSP [Update]

While there have been a few rumors circulating about a possible sequel to 2011’s God Eater, it never was officially confirmed by Namco Bandai. Well today during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show conference the company announced that they are planning on releasing God Eater 2 on the PlayStation Vita as well as the PSP in 2013. The company talked a little bit about God Eater 2, stating that the gam...

Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus announced for the PS Vita

In what may have been one of Marvelous AQL’s biggest surprises during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show conference, the company has revealed that they will be bringing the Senran Kagura title over to the PlayStation Vita in the form of Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus. This marks the first time that the Senran Kagura series has appeared on another platform as the first two games in the series have p...

Muramasa: The Demon Blade announced for the PS Vita

This next announcement from Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press conference may be a little bit of a surprise considering the game’s original release was on the Wii, but it has been announced that Vanillaware’s Muramasa: The Demon Blade is going to be released on the PlayStation Vita. Currently only announced for a release in Japan, Muramasa: The Demon Blade will be released on March 28t...

Toukiden revealed by Tecmo Koei for the PlayStation Vita and PSP

Today during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press conference Tecmo Koei revealed a new game that will be released on the PlayStation Vita as well as the PlayStation Portable. The game itself is called Toukiden and it is set to be released sometime in 2013 and is being developed by Omega Force, the team behind the Warriors games. It is worth noting that cross-play between the PSP and the PS Vita was ...

Soul Sacrifice delayed until Spring 2013 in Japan

If you were looking forward to playing Soul Sacrifice sometime soon next year, well you may be a bit disappointed that this viscous looking fantasy title will not be making it overseas for at least awhile longer. The reason for this comes from an announcement by Soul Sacrifice’s designer, Keiji Inafune, who announced the new release window for the game. While Soul Sacrifice’s old relea...

Sapphire Blue and Cosmic Red colors announced for the PS Vita

Today during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show conference the company chose to reveal two new colors that will be released for the PlayStation Vita in the future. To be a bit more specific, the colors “Cosmic Red” and “Sapphire Blue” will be released in Japan on November 15th. Currently these colors have not been announced for North America and it is worth noting that Sony has b...

Tecmo Koei America reveals their own Tokyo Game Show line-up

While we may have already seen Tecmo Koei’s Japanese offerings for TGS, which contain a number of special Vita titles (such as Atelier Totori Plus and Ciel no Surge) and games we will likely never see released in North America (multiple Nobunaga’s Ambitions), Tecmo Koei America has chosen to make a little announcement of their own with what they will have to show off during the event. ...

Namco Bandai’s Tokyo Game Show line-up is full of games you’ll never play

I believe most gamers have come to understand the fact that they will never be able to play most of the great looking titles that are released in Japan, especially now that most consoles and games enforce region locking. So while the list below may be a bit disheartening to see as nearly all of these will never hit Western shows, if you happen to make it to Tokyo Game Show in a few weeks you’...

Square Enix reveals Tokyo Game Show line-up with Wii U Dragon Quest X

Square Enix is the next company to reveal what they will be bringing to Tokyo Game Show this year and you better be prepared for a rather Japanese line-up as nearly all of the games that they are showing of there will be in Japanese only and will only be released in Japan because localization isn’t in the cards for 99% of Japanese games. The full list of what they are going to be showing off...

Tecmo Koei details their Tokyo Game Show 2012 line-up

With Tokyo Game Show kicking off from September 20th and lasting until the 23rd there are at least a few days attendees can spend trying to see everything that is being shown off on the show floor. However one thing that can always help is to learn what certain companies are going to be showing off at their booth. Today Tecmo Koei revealed that they will be bringing a slew of console games as well...

New Demo for Metal Gear Rising Planned for Tokyo Game Show

Producer Yuji Korekado posted on twitter today that the Metal Gear Rising Staff is working on a brand new demo and a new trailer for the Tokyo Game Show. Korekado is currently going back into the development scene this week after promoting the game in Germany. Korekado also reports waits up to four hours at Gamescom’s final day to play the game. Metal Gear Rising is set to release Feburary 19th in...

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