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Tokyo Game Show 2014 News, Previews, Trailers And More Round-Up

The Tokyo Game Show isn't over yet, but that doesn't mean we can't start rounding up all of our coverage that has resulted from the show.

Below you will find everything we've published (so far) from our time at the show, organized in easy to follow sections.

As you might have assume from the name Tokyo Game Show, the show is in Japan and focuses mostly on Japanese games. Many of the games shown aren't not guaranteed to come to North America. Our TGS Localization Wishlist breaks down the ones we hope will be localized for the United States.

Photos of the Show
We try to put together Seen At features for every show we're able to attend, and Tokyo Game Show is no exception. In the galleries linked below, you will find pictures of cosplayers, the show floor, and more.

The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day One

The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Two

The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Three

The show revealed a glut of new information about games games we knew were coming, as well as new titles, one of the most notable being details being the current fate of Final Fantasy XV – a game we had not heard much about until the last few days.

Tetsuya Nomura No Longer Directing Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV Demo Coming In 2015

Square Enix Announces March Release Date For Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Bloodborne Releases On February 6

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Releases In 2015

Shinra Technologies Is A New Cloud Gaming Company (Not Final Fantasy VII HD)

Much like comparable shows such as E3 or Gamescom, there are plenty of new trailers resulting from the event.

Take A Road Trip In Final Fantasy XV

Here's Why Everyone Is Fighting In Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

You Belong To The Evil Within In New TGS Trailer

Upcoming Historical Phoenix Wright Gets A TGS Trailer

Bloodborne TGS Trailer Drips With Action And Online Play

Past And Future Collide In Deep Down TGS Trailer

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Heading To PC, TGS Trailer Details Story

Watch Your Favorite Persona Characters Dance Their Heart Out

New Trailer Sets Up Persona Q’s Story

In-Depth Previews
Beyond just trailers or news, we had plenty of chances to play games at TGS, and below you will find our deeper reports on an assortment of games. Some highlights include Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Resident Evil Revelations 2.

What Is Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s Buddy System?

The Most Exciting Things We Learned About Resident Evil Revelations 2

Everything We Know About Tales Of Zestiria

Getting Your Emotions Under Control In Tales Of Hearts R

What To Expect From The Remastered Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Sonic And Friends Remain Fun In Sonic Boom

First Disgaea 5 Details Revealed

Tokyo Sidequests
Our sidequests are tangentially related to video games, and offer more cultural looks at Japan. Check them out below.

The Studio Ghibli Museum

Capsule Toy Mysteries

Visiting Square Enix's Artnia Store

Check back on this story tomorrow. We'll have more to add before the show concludes. – The Feed

Ace Attorney Prequel gets new trailer at Tokyo Game Show

Capcom have revealed a brand new trailer for the upcoming Ace Attorney prequel, The Great Ace Attorney at the Tokyo Game Show.

Set during the Meiji era of Japan, attorney-in-training Ryunosuke Naurhodou, ancestor of Phoenix Wright, travels to England along with his assistant, Susato Mikotoba, where he meets Sherlock Holmes and his partner, the young genius, Iris Watson.

The trailer shows off one of the new features of the game: deductive reasoning, which sees Holmes use his infamous detective skills to analyse Susato, with Ryunosuke butting in to bring in his own deductions.

The game will be out in Japan in early 2015. Still no word on a Western release but given the series’ popularity over here and the game prominently taking place in England, we should hopefully hear something about it next year.

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The Evil Within Tokyo Game Show 2014 trailer

Bethesda released a new trailer for their upcoming horror IP The Evil Wtihin at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The trailer should manage to get you terrified for the late nights you will be up not being able to sleep because you decided it was a better idea to play the game in the dark with the sound turned up. In fact, I am sure the game’s director, the horror man himself, Shinji Mikami, already has that in mind.

The Evil Within is due for release on October 23rd for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

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RollerCoaster Tycoon World screens show worlds of fun

Watching a roller coaster being built isn’t terribly exciting or pleasant, what with the loud, heavy machinery and often simple nature of the ride’s scaffolding. Thankfully, watching RollerCoaster Tycoon World be built is at least a little more…
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GI Show 216: PAX Recap, New Nintendo 3DS

We sort through the rubble of PAX for the best games, and discuss Nintendo's surprise announcement of a new 3DS.

First off, host Matt Helgeson is joined by GI PC editor Dan Tack, who was on the scene at PAX and brings back some new details on some promising new indie and triple-A games.

In the second segment, Jeff Cork and Bryan Vore stop by to talk about the new Nintendo 3DS – a more powerful handheld that was announced last Friday.

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New Comparison Screens Show Improved Graphics In Resident Evil Remake

Capcom is working on a remastered version of Resident Evil Remake, a new version of the classic survival horror game that released on GameCube in 2002.

That GameCube title was eventually ported to Wii, but since the system couldn't output true HD, it wasn't markedly better looking. Now, a fully HD remaster of Resident Evil is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Today, Capcom released some new images of the game, including three new shots that had been released in Japan. If you go to Capcom Unity, there are some great interactive screenshots that allow you to compare the Wii version with the 360/PS3 version by moving a slider across the screen to transition between the two. It's pretty impressive. These are shots of the Xbox 360/PS3 version, so it's conceivable that the Xbox One/PS4 version could look better still. Check out some comparison shots below, and look for the three new screens in the image gallery. – The Feed

There’s a Resident Evil television show in the works

A production company called Mance Media is in the midst of developing a television show based on Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise, Bloody Disgusting reports. Called “Arklay,” creator Shawn Christopher Lebert describes the show as a thrilling…
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GI Show 212: The Last Of Us Remastered, Oddworld, EA Access

This week, two classics from gaming's recent and not-so-recent past return in improved form, and we discuss a bold new Electronic Arts gaming service.

In our first segment, host Matt Helgeson is joined by Tim Turi, who recently reviewed The Last of Us: Remastered. Naughty Dog's masterpiece is better than ever on PS4, and this is the definitive way to play the game. We discuss what's been done to improve its visuals, the DLC that it comes packed with, and the lasting impact of the experience.

Next up, Joe Juba and Ben Hanson stop by to discuss Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, a meticulous next-gen recreation of the PS1-era classic. Oddworld Inhabitant's strange platform/puzzle game remains beguiling, and has been completely rebuilt from the ground up by Just Add Water.

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The Last of Us spawns one-night only, live stage show

Having conquered the virtual world, Naughty Dog’s smash hit The Last of Us is now headed to the stage for a one-time performance.

Before you get excited over seeing Joel decapitated by a fungus zombie in person, know that this isn’t a traditional…
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GI Show 210: What We’re Playing During The Summer Slump

This is one of the best times in the history to be a video game fan. The years are packed with games of increasingly greater quality, so many that most gamers bemoan their intimidating backlog of unfinished business. Mercifully, there is always a time in the year, usually around mid-summer, that the torrent of new releases lets up and gives us an opportunity to revisit our pile of shame.

Join Ben Reeves, Ben Hanson, and I (your host Tim Turi) as we discuss the myriad games we've been playing to fill the gap in hot new releases. The discussion packs variety in spades, from legendary 16-bit RPGs to MMOs that would be unfathomable time sinks during any other time in the year.

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Listen to the podcast below, or subscribe on iTunes, and let us know what you're playing to pass the time in the comments below. – The Feed