While Dale has regaled you with stories of Tokyo Jungle's Pomeranian glory, you have not seen this weirdness in trailer-ized form. Until now.
It's a quickie trailer for Tokyo Jungle. Doesn't feature much in the way of gamepl... more
I found myself high up in a tower overlooking the area where Tokyo Game Show is held this morning, so I took the opportunity to film a video and take some pictures to show you. You can see for yourself how huge this place is... more
What's this? A Sonic the Hedgehog 4 trailer that isn't Splash Hill Zone? Well bugger me gently with Biffo the Bear's peperami! Yes, it's a new trailer for Sega's upcoming Sonic revival, and it features a different stage this... more
Here's a trailer, along with some screenshots for Ghost Trick that Capcom released yesterday. The video gives a good idea of what the gameplay and story of the DS game will be, as you see a swarthy gentlemen experiencin... more
Well, new to him at any rate. Capcom has released two gameplay trailers for Tokyo Game Show which have a focus on moves that Spencer can perform with his bionic arm in the upcoming Bionic Commando ReArmed 2. A couple of them... more
It seems that an industry event in 2010 just wouldn't be complete without a ludicrous amount of Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes media. I'll be honest with you, I'm not going to post all FIVE trailers that Capcom released for ... more
This is the first time I've played Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 since E3, and the game has gotten even more awesome since then. I still sort of suck at it, but since so many of the game's characters are new, we all sort of suck at it... more
Here's a trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog 4. It's just more footage of Splash Hill Zone, so if you're bored of seeing the game's first level, you might want to skip it. Regardless, it's really cool to see the game in motion, w... more
So I finally got some time in with Mega Man Universe, and so far, my feelings are mixed. I was initially put of by the game's visuals, but seeing them up close changed that. Other than a few unispired animations, the game is... more
So, I scored 12 minutes of Mega Man Universe footage. Like with the Dream Club Zero footage, it was shot from my shirt pocket, so I apologize if things go out of frame from time to time. I really wasn't supposed to shoot in ... more
It's not quite Quantum Theory -- and judging by your reactions, that may be a good thing -- but yesterday Koei Tecmo showed us the latest build of their upcoming PS3 beat-em-up, Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll, and while we didn... more
First we brought you details. Then we brought you screenshots. Now, we bring you drama.
No, I don't mean the "Baaww, Valkyria Chronicles III is on the PlayStation Portable" kind of drama, but story drama. Specifically, the s... more
While not in the hands of original Okami developer Clover Studios, Capcom's upcoming Okamiden for Nintendo DS looks like it's going to be a worthy successor.
The game picks up as a sequel to the original, following the... more
One of the most pleasant surprises of TGS thus far has been Quantum Theory, a new third-person shooter from Koei Tecmo. At first glance, the game may remind you of Gears of War, but scratch the surface a bit, and you'll see ... more
The first game that I played at TGS was Onechanbara SPECIAL!. We here at Destructoid have a long history with the Onechanbara series. That's probably why I was drawn to it. I found this familiar, bikini-clad, zombie ... more
When I think of Castlevania, I don't think of sweeping, epic storylines. I think of skellingtons throwing their own bones and kick-ass music. Here comes of Lords of Shadow to confound expectations with a trailer that exceeds... more
I'm pretty excited to see that the next Yakuza game was going to be about the zombie apocalypse. Underneath their gangster-coated surface, the Yakuza surface are about teasing out who your real friends are; seeing which of y... more
There's been a common trend at TGS this year. Games here come in two flavors; pridefully (or from some perspectives, shamefully) Japanese, or blatantly Western. On one end you've got Dream Club Zero, and on the other, you've... more
Here's the trailer Capcom used to reveal the upcoming Kinect-enabled Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor. That's right, the game utilizes zero buttons, which is about 40 fewer than the original game that shipped with a massive cont... more
You could be forgiven for thinking (or even hoping) that Platinum Games' Vanquish is just an awesome, balls-mental shooter about a space marine sliding about on his knees, and that there's no plot tying it all together. This... more
TGS takes a lot of getting used to. Unlike at PAX and E3, you can't just shoot video of any old game on the TGS show floor. First you have to get a special "Press" sticker from the given game's developer. It doesn't matter t... more
Capcom's Tokyo Game Show trailer for Mega Man Universe is focused on level building. Dr. Albert Wily takes you on a tour of some of the stage creation features, which include a variety of terrain, robots and background ... more
Above you can watch a trailer for the Wii version of Michael Jackson: The Experience. It is much as you would expect: A bunch of people dancing with Wii remotes and having a spectacular time doing it. I can't remember t... more
I know I read that the next Yakuza game was a zombie game, but every time I tried to process that information, my mind blanked out, unable to even comprehend the concept. Now that I've seen Sega's TGS presentation thereof... more
At a conference held by Team ICO which Dale North has described as having, "all of Europe and North America inside," Fumito Ueda has given new details on the upcoming re-releases of Shadow of the Colossus and ICO. In ad... more
HELL YEAH TRON BONNE! Not surprising that she's in the game after the epic video from last week, but it's just awesome to see her in action in the game finally. On the Marvel side of things, X-23 joins and will hopefully play a lot different than Wolverine. This better not be some Mario/Dr. Mario bullsh*t from the Smash series, Capcom!
Three more videos below plus a ton of screens and art. more
[Update] We've added a new trailer for The Last Guardian for you to salivate over.
[Original Story] We've all been waiting for what seems like an eternity to play Team ICO's latest, The Last Guardian. And the ... more
I've been looking forward to seeing more about Sly Cooper Collection since its announcement at E3. Sony released this trailer and a group of screenshots for Tokyo Game Show and, well, it looks like Sly Cooper. That... more
So, to be honest -- when I heard there was a new Edgeworth game, I was kind of annoyed. I liked the first Edgeworth, but I've been waiting for the next Apollo Justice game forever.
This trailer has changed my mind.
In additi... more
Dale North, Tim Sheehy, and myself just hit the Tokyo Game Show floor. It's insane. Imagine E3, but concentrated into a constant blast of stimulation. Every five seconds, you see another new game, another scantly clad woman, or another jaw dropping surprise.
Expect more coverage soon.
Oh, and Mega Man Universe is awesome. more
It's back, only now it'll take up less space in your living room -- in Japan today, Capcom has announced Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor for Kinect for Xbox 360. The title will be a collaboration with Armored Core developer Fro... more
Hey there! Here's a trailer for Catherine, Atlus' new PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 effort from the team that made Persona. It's reportedly in the "final tuning" stage and is due for a Winter release.
My Pavlovian reaction to any a... more
So, Ninja Theory is making a new Devil May Cry, people are bitching, and all I have to say is ... what's the problem, again? I've just watched this pretty damn epic trailer for the upcoming game and it looks pretty freakin' ... more
[Update: Some of the story has been detailed. Asura's Wrath stars a former deity seeking revenge against gods who had betrayed him and stripped him of all his godly powers. This sounds AWFULLY familiar, doesn't it. Luckily, ... more
Capcom is holding their Tokyo Game Show keynote right now where they've announced Dead Rising 2: Case West. Whereas Case Zero was a prologue, Case West is an epilogue that will star the one and only Frank West. The epilogue ... more
A game from Shinji Mikami and Suda51? Throw in music from Akira Yamaoka, and you have an all-star cast. This is the announcement trailer for Shadows of the Damned, a Grasshopper Manufacture game being published by EA in 2011... more
American McGee's Alice was... something. I'll admit that my memories of the game are a bit on the hazy side, but I recall being impressed with the visuals, fascinated by the take on Wonderland and a little bit disappoin... more
Namco Bandai is hoping to sharpen your mind with Kinect, while also bringing an old pal to Microsoft's console using the motion control device.In advance of next week's Tokyo Game Show, Namco Bandai has revealed a new brain ... more
At Tokyo Game Show, I stood beneath a screen that was easily two stories tall and watched the latest Final Fantasy XIII trailer with drool leaking from the corners of my mouth and surely a dozen Japanese people staring and th... more
I'm really looking forward to Namco Bandai's God Eater, not least of all because it's called GOD EATER! That name is brilliant, and I've therefore decided the game will be brilliant. It's looking hopeful, being a Monster Hunt... more
Only hours away from our Miami home, Colette and I have nested at our gate in a extremely icy cold Atlanta airport. We have zero hours of sleep, a serious case of jet-lag and a I can't get enough of the new CNN iPhone App. It... more
It's a dreary Monday morning, but I know what will brighten it up. A great, big, melodramatic Final Fantasy XIII trailer from the Tokyo Game Show. Square Enix has now released the video to the public, so make sure you check o... more
It's been a looooong time coming, but Gran Turismo is finally, finally getting car damage in the game. It was absent from GT5: Prologue, but it's here now. This was confirmed a while back at GamesCon I believe, but not much w... more
I know a lot of you think that you don't like on-rails shooters, but it may be time for you to reconsider that generalization. Console on-rails shooters are really kicking ass of late. Gone are the arcade-style, quarter munch... more
Here's the latest, blurriest, off-screen footage of the recently announced Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition. We've already seen how the game will control, but now we've got a better idea what the extra content lies in sto... more
If there's one thing that the Battlefield series is getting a solid rep for it is its multiplayer, especially after the phenomenal success of Battlefield: 1943 (once it started actually working). It should come as no surprise... more
What the hell, right? If you've already watched the above video, I bet you've come back for some context. Without context, this has to be one of the strangest things I've ever seen. Even with context it's still pretty strange... more
Koei Tecmo has teased a new game at the Tokyo Game Show, and while the teaser may very well be one of the lamest of all time, the name attached to it, Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star) has gotten people talking. This is ... more
Moar Frank West! Ever since he was confirmed for Tatsunoko Vs Capcom, I can't get enough of seeing this guy in action. Hopefully you can't either, because I'm about to show you some more regardless. Capcom's community manager... more
Most of what you’re about to see is stuff you’ve probably already seen. At least, that’s how I felt while watching it. With the exception to the very last part. It’s been awhile since I’ve beaten... more