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A New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Reveals the Return of Some Fan Favorite Characters

2018 is almost over, which means we’re only a few months away from the highly anticipated release of Kingdom Hearts III. Since we’re so close to the game’s launch, Square Enix has been pumping out trailers and gameplay footage like crazy at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.

Recently, we got our first look at the world based around Disney’s Big Hero 6. The world captures the heart of San Fransokyo and it looks like players will be facing off against the “bugs” that had invaded Jiminy’s journal in Kingdom Hearts Coded. It’s only been a few days since that trailer was posted, but now Square has uploaded a much longer trailer, showing off more of San Fransokyo and revealing the return of some fan-favorite characters, such as Vexen, Demyx, and Roxas. You can check out the extended TGS trailer below!

But Square Enix didn’t stop there. They also revealed the official cover art for Kingdom Hearts III. The artwork is a callback to the first game, showing the main characters standing on top of a building and staring off into the distance. The cover also seems to suggest another fan favorite character, Xion, will also be returning in this game. Some fans have pointed out that there are thirteen characters on the cover, and the two clock hands are pointing at VII and XIII. These two numbers hold great significance and foreshadow the game’s climax with the battle between seven warriors of light and thirteen vessels of darkness.

It’s important to note that series director Tetsuya Nomura stated in the past that this art would connect to the covers of the HD Remixes. In 1.5, Sora is sitting in a chair. In 2.5, he stands up and in 2.8, he is walking forward. In the cover for Kingdom Hearts III, Sora stands tall and looks upward at the sky with his Keyblade resting on his shoulder. There’s no telling how these are all connected, but I’m sure the dedicated Kingdom Hearts fans will figure it out.

But if you thought that was all the Kingdom Hearts goodies you were getting, think again! We now have gameplay footage of a brand new boss battle in Kingdom Hearts III. As previous trailers revealed, Aqua has been taken over by the darkness. You kind of get that way when you spend twelve years in solitude with nothing but your inner demons chasing you around.

So since Aqua is all evil now, someone has to beat the dark out of her, right? So it looks like Sora will make his way to the Realm of Darkness at some point in the game to give Aqua a beating. From the short clip of the fight that’s shown, it looks like the fight will play out similarly to the one in 0.2 when Aqua fights a dark version of herself. The same music can also be heard in the background. You can check out the footage from this boss battle below.

With all of this new information, it looks like fans have a lot to look forward to when Kingdom Hearts III finally releases on January 29, 2019. What do you guys think of the new reveals? What are you most excited to see in Kingdom Hearts III? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Devil May Cry 5 Gets an Action-Packed Trailer and Mega Man Content

Devil May Cry is back in a big way! Following months of rumors, Capcom officially unveiled the next entry in the hack-and-slash franchise at this year’s E3. Two months later we got another trailer and Capcom revealed that Dante’s next adventure would drop on March 8th, 2019. With Tokyo Game Show in full swing, Capcom’s back with two more trailers today.

The first is an extensive look at the gameplay, filled to the brim with action, monsters, explosions, and attack combos. The second trailer mixes things up with a fun Mega Man collaboration. The Blue Bomber’s famed Mega Buster is coming to Devil May Cry 5 as an equipable weapon for Nero. It comes with the Deluxe Edition of the game, which also includes 4 unique Devil Breakers, 12 classic battle themes, an upgraded motorcycle weapon for Dante, and more.

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New Mega Man 11 Trailers Introduce Two New Robot Masters

The launch of Mega Man 11 is just around the corner, and Capcom is cranking up the hype. As part of their Tokyo Game Show lineup, they’ve just dropped two new trailers for the upcoming action-platformer. The first is an English trailer that introduces a new robot master named Tundra Man, while the latter is a much more extensive Japanese trailer that introduces the final villain, Acid Man, and gives us a good look at both of their stages and more.

Tundra Man appears to be a speedy figure skater out to put you on ice, while Acid Man’s rocks a shield and seeks to melt away the competition. The new trailer also gives us a look at numerous other robot master stages, including the domains of Rubber Man and Torch Man. You can check them both out below!

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Resident Evil 2’s New Trailer is Packed With Intrigue and Horror

Capcom is just four months away from revitalizing one of their all-time greats for a modern audience. Resident Evil 2 will soon rise again, recreated in Resident Evil VII‘s RE Engine and featuring retooled gameplay, controls, and camera options. With Tokyo Game Show 2018 in full swing in Japan, Capcom has just dropped a new story trailer for the game, and you won’t want to miss it!

The new 2-minute trailer provides us a healthy dose of cutscenes and gameplay, expertly demonstrating the game’s survival horror vibe. It also introduces most of the story’s main players, including Claire Redfield, Sherry Birkin, Leon Kennedy, and Ada Wong. It may be an old, familiar story, but based on this trailer, Capcom’s doing a great job of making it fresh and exciting again.

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Death Stranding Gets a Stage Presentation at TGS

There’s nothing quite like the hype, intrigue, and utter confusion felt by fans in the build-up to the launch of a Hideo Kojima game. Despite the fact that Death Stranding was first revealed over two years ago, we still know relatively little about Kojima’s first major project since his nasty divorce from Konami. The game’s E3 trailer left us with more questions than answers, but perhaps some of them will soon be answered.

Kojima Productions has just officially revealed that they’ll be taking the stage at Tokyo Game Show later this month. The
Death Stranding stage presentation is set for September 23rd in Japan and will feature Hideo Kojima alongside several voice actors from the game. We should learn more about the topics of discussion and special guests in the coming weeks.

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Ni No Kuni II’s New Trailer Highlights the Game’s Whimsical Fantasy Elements

RPG fans have waited patiently for the sequel to the beloved Ni No Kuni. Home to many of the most hype-worthy new game trailers, Tokyo Game Show 2017 has shown off new gameplay and cinematics for Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom to keep followers of the franchise wanting even more.

What was your favorite part of the new trailer? I am loving the character designs and sprawling fantasy locales gamers will be able to visit in the kingdom. After recent delays, Revenant Kingdom launches for PlayStation 4 and PC on January 19th, 2018.

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A New Gameplay Trailer for Wolfenstein II Features Tons of Explosions and Nazi Killing

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was one of the more notable announcements at E3 2017. The original reveal trailer was hard-hitting and violent, featuring a dystopian, Nazi-run United States and the freedom fighters leading the new American Revolution. Now, a new trailer shown at the Tokyo Game Show provides more of a gameplay-centric view of this rebellion, including more of the mechs and characters which gamers will soon get to control and fight alongside. Check above to see it for yourself!

What do you think about the new trailer for the game? Is it turning out to be all that you hoped for?
The New Colossus launches on October 27th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and the newly-announced Nintendo Switch version will be heading to shelves in 2018.

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Check Out This Gorgeous New Trailer for Shadow of the Colossus on PS4

During E3 2017, Sony revealed that Shadow of the Colossus would be getting remade for the PlayStation 4 with updated visuals. We had a short look at the game when it was announced, and now we have another bite-sized trailer straight from Sony’s Tokyo Game Show conference last night.

The new trailer shows many of the colossi found in the game, now upgraded to look even more stunning on the PlayStation 4. If you’re interested in the remaster, you can check out the trailer above! Shadow of the Colossus is making its way to the PS4 sometime in 2018.

What do you guys think of this new trailer? Will you be playing this masterpiece again on PS4? Let us know in the comments below!

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Monster Hunter: World Launches This January

Monster Hunter fans were in for a treat during E3, when Capcom revealed the next entry in the franchise, Monster Hunter: World, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. During their Tokyo Game Show pre-show conference last night, Sony finally provided us with a solid release date for this new title; when they said the game would launch in “early 2018” at E3, they were not joking, as we won’t even be a month into the new year before we can play this HD adventure, at least on consoles.

Monster Hunter: World will launch in the west on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018, with the PC date coming later and still being a mystery. When it does launch, it will come with a number of preorder bonuses and special editions, including one that comes with a PS4 Pro (at least in Japan).

Preorders will grant players access to the Origin Set armor and an item called the Fair Wind Charm; digital PS4 preorders will also provide you access to a PS4 theme. Meanwhile, three special editions were announced. The digital deluxe edition will grant a Samurai armor quote, along with a series of gestures, hairstyle, facepaint, and in-game sticker sets. The physical collector’s edition will contain all of the deluxe edition’s content, but it will also hold a download for the soundtrack, an artbook, and a figurine of the game box art monster, the Nergigante.

Of course, the big boy in this is the PS4 Pro special edition, which has a gorgeous, themed console and controller. Unfortunately this has only been announced for Japan thus far, but you can still check it and all this other content out in the gallery below.

Are you excited for Monster Hunter: World? Will you be picking it up when it launches in January, and will you be trying to grab any of the special editions? Let us know in the comments!

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Square Enix is Bringing Final Fantasy IX to PlayStation 4 Today

The current console generation has been filled to the brim with a number of remakes and rereleases of older, classic titles, and today another amazing game is joining those ranks. Announced last night during Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, Square Enix is bringing Final Fantasy IX to PlayStation 4—and if that wasn’t exciting enough on its own, the game is already available right now, via the PlayStation Store.

In addition to the above trailer, Square Enix also revealed that the PS4 version will come with a number of additions and improvements. HD cutscenes and auto-save functionality will no doubt be appreciated by many, but the really useful items will be seven “booster” features that will make playing through the game far easier for veterans. These include the ability to turn off random encounters, enter a high-speed mode, and “Master All Abilities”, which will let the characters “automatically master equipped weapons and gear.” There’s also PS4 trophy support, share button functionality, and the ability to play the game remotely via PS Vita.

You can grab Final Fantasy IX right now on the PlayStation Store, and for the first week of its availability, it looks like you can actually get it for a few bucks off its normal $21 price tag. So don’t hesitate on this if you’re interested!

Having never gotten to play Final Fantasy IX—despite several of my best friends counting it as their absolute favorite Final Fantasy title—I know I’ll definitely be looking into getting this one. How about you? Are you excited to see this title return, or would you have preferred a different FF game come to PS4? Let us know in the comments!

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Hidetaka Miyazaki is Honored That Other Games Are Taking Inspiration From Dark Souls

In a recent interview at Tokyo Game Show 2016, From Software President Hidetaka Miyazaki discussed how he feels about other games taking inspiration from Dark Souls. Miyazaki directed Dark Souls, Dark Souls III, and Bloodborne, all of which feature similar gameplay mechanics and generally follow the same gameplay loop. Other games have taken inspiration from these games, such as Lords of The Fallen and the upcoming Nioh, and Miyazaki is honored by this.

Question: “Speaking of Dark Souls-like games, it seems that after the success of Dark Souls and Bloodborne, they kind of created almost their own genre, even other other publishers are making Dark Souls-like games. For instance with Nioh by Koei Tecmo, I very much felt that I was playing something very similar to Dark Souls in the Sengoku era. How do you feel about that?

Hidetaka Miyazaki: “I never thought of having created a new genre, and I’m sure that in the past many people have thought about creating very challenging games like Dark Souls, I’m assuming that I was simply the pioneer in that sense. If I have created the environment encouraging other developer to work on other Dark Souls-like games, that’s an honor for me.”

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You Can Now Watch the Reveal Trailer for The Great Ace Attorney 2 with English Subtitles

Last week at Tokyo Game Show, Capcom revealed that they were working on a sequel to The Great Ace Attorney. While the game hasn’t been confirmed to release in the West, much like its predecessor, that hasn’t stopped fans from translating the reveal trailer. You can check out the new translated reveal trailer in the video above!

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PlayStation Finished Off Its Tokyo Game Show With a Video Celebrating Team ICO’s History

PlayStation just recently got done hosting its part of the Tokyo Games Show, during which they showcased a new trailer for Horizon Zero Dawn, announced the action-RPG Nioh‘s release date, and released 18 minutes of gameplay footage from The Last Guardian. But gameplay footage wasn’t the only thing that PlayStation released concerning The Last Guardian, as they ended their entire part of the show with a fairly moving trailer. The trailer takes a look at Team ICO’s previous games, Ico and Shadow of The Colossus, ending with a transition to the newest game in their legacy, The Last Guardian.

Watch the trailer, confetti and all, above!

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Square Enix is Remaking King’s Knight for iOS and Android

Back in 1986, Square Enix released one of their first games called King’s Knight for the NES. This vertically scrolling shooter has players dodge and destroy any objects or enemies in your way. During this week’s Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix announced King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon, which is a remake of the NES version as a mobile game that combines the original scrolling elements with an RPG style, updated camera perspective, and re-orchestrated music. King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon is a free-to-play mobile game and will be released sometime this year for iOS and Android.

Do you plan on trying out King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon when it comes out later this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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Capcom Released a Nostalgic Video to Celebrate Phoenix Wright’s 15th Anniversary

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney came out almost fifteen years ago, on October 12th, 2001. Since then, Capcom has released six main Ace Attorney titles and four unique spin-off games, and Ace Attorney has become one of the company’s most beloved and recognizable franchises.

To celebrate the series’ upcoming anniversary, Capcom released this nostalgic video, which chronicles the history of the Ace Attorney franchise. The video shows a few scenes from every game in the series, from the original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney to 2016’s Spirit for Justice.

You can watch the video above! If you’ve been following the series for a long time, you might recognize every scene in the montage. Of course, as you may notice, the video is in Japanese, and two of the games it displays—Ace Attorney Investigations 2 and Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodō Ryūnosuke no Bōken—have never been officially released outside of Japan.

As part of the celebrations, Capcom created a new website for the series’ fifteenth anniversary, and the company has launched an Ace Attorney anime and a new Phoenix Wright figurine. The latest game in the series, Spirit for Justice, was also released for the fifteenth anniversary.

What do you guys think? Are you big fans of Ace Attorney? What’s your favorite game in the franchise? Let us know in the comments below!

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Splatoon Was Named Game of the Year at Tokyo Game Show’s Japan Game Awards

Tokyo Game Show is going on right now, and one of the events at Japan’s major gaming expo is the Japan Game Awards, which looks back at titles of the last year to determine the industry’s best new releases. While a number of awards were handed out to a variety of games, the one people always pay the most attention to is the choice for Game of the Year, and this year the Japanese public voted to hand it to Nintendo’s ink-based team shooter, Splatoon. Many of the voters were cited as calling this title an addicting and the “most interesting” game.

With overwhelming support, the 2016 Grand Award goes to Splatoon!

“Splatoon” by Nintendo Co., Ltd. is a game that excites many players, regardless of their age, with its straightforward rules, in-depth gameplay, unique POP colored graphics and the excitement of the 4-versus-4 multiplayer matches.

With equipment and stages added through ongoing updates and in-game events, the fun doubles even after its launch.

A lot of comments included “my family is addicted”, “most interesting”.

As a completely new shooting game that brought about a big movement and with overwhelming support from numerous players, this game won the Grand Award of the “Games of the Year Division” of Japan Games Award 2016.

Alongside this, a number of other games such as Dark Souls III, Metal Gear Solid V, and Super Mario Maker received an Award of Excellence. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS were granted the Global Award for a Japanese product, while for non-native titles the Japanese public selected Call of Duty: Black Ops III for the Global Award. You can see all these awards and more in the graph below.

What do you think of these awards? Were all the games on this list deserving, or would you have handed them off to different titles? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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Capcom is Making a Sequel to The Great Ace Attorney

Capcom’s Ace Attorney series has been a big hit on Nintendo’s handheld systems, and last year the team took a break from Phoenix Wright and the present day to make a spinoff set in Japan’s Meiji era with Phoenix’s ancestor. The Great Ace Attorney never came to the West (for reasons that they’ve never really explained), but it still apparently did well enough for them to greenlight a sequel. This morning at Tokyo Game Show, Capcom revealed that they are creating The Great Ace Attorney 2, complete with the return of Phoenix’s ancestor Ryūnosuke Naruhodō and his investigative ally, Sherlock Holmes.

You can see the reveal trailer above! Right now no consoles have been announced, nor has a release date, but hopefully we’ll hear more about those soon. Are you excited for this sequel? Will we ever get it and its predecessor here in the West? Let us know in the comments!

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The First Gameplay Footage from Metal Gear Survive Reveals Stealth, Crafting, and More

Hideo Kojima left Konami last year, but the Japanese publisher retains the rights to the Metal Gear franchise, and they’re pushing ahead next year with Metal Gear Survive. The upcoming game is a co-op shooter with an emphasis on survival and stealth, and Konami has just unveiled the first gameplay footage at Tokyo Game Show via a special livestream presentation.

Like Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Metal Gear Survive is missions-based. The video shows off a mission in which four Mother Base soldiers attempt to send a distress signal through a wormhole. The first half of the mission is about stealth and infiltration, and the players must collect crafting supplies and avoid enemies (or distract them by throwing a lure or using the Fulton on a sheep) on their way to the target.

Once the transmitter is activated and the distress signal begins broadcasting, the game’s zombie-like enemies swarm the location and the second phase begins. Utilizing the crafting supplies picked up during the infiltration phase, the players must construct barriers to keep the enemies out, protecting the transmitter at all costs. You can watch fifteen minutes of gameplay by clicking above.

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A New Trailer for World of Final Fantasy Shows Off the Game’s Story and English Voice Actors

Final Fantasy XV may be one of the most anticipated titles of the year, but before it arrives in November there will be another Final Fantasy adventure coming out. World of Final Fantasy features new characters Lann and Reynn as they explore a world inhabited by all sorts of monsters, summons, and characters from all over the main series of games. While many trailers for the game so far have given a light-hearted, humorous vibe to the game, a new video released for Tokyo Game Show instead focuses on the siblings’ struggles in the world, hinting at a much deeper story than might have been expected. It also gives us a first look at some of the English version’s cast!

You can check it all out in the video above! Has this trailer upped your excitement for World of Final Fantasy, or is there still something else you’d need to see before you’re sold on the title? Let us know what you think of it in the comments!

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gets an Action-Packed Tokyo Game Show Trailer

Last year’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse was the biggest Dragon Ball video game adventure yet, and it’s getting a sequel with double the quests. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches on October 25th, and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment showed off even more footage of the upcoming game at Tokyo Game Show this week. An extensive new trailer gives players another look at the game’s combat and cutscenes, including a mixture of iconic moments from the anime and movies and original content. You can check it out by clicking below!

Update: A slightly altered version of the trailer with English subtitles is now available as well. 

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