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Here are six of the best game trailers that were revealed during the pre-TGS 2011 press conferences.
Four gaming companies have successfully wrapped up their pre-Tokyo Game Show 2011 press conferences this week, showing off an array of promotional video trailers for their upcoming titles. The Sony Entertainment, during their event last Wednesday, has unveiled the first game trailer for Namco Bandai’s Tales of Innocence R and Square Enix’ Final Fantasy Type-0. Nintendo has also managed to reveal most of its 3DS’s anticipated titles, which includes Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 and the Resident Evil: Revelations.
Thus, in order to give you a quick recap of the anticipated games that were introduced during the four press conferences, GADG has collected six of the famous pre-TGS promotional trailers.
Hit the skip to watch the game trailers!Read the rest of the article »
Here’s your ultimate guide to the five gaming press conferences that are slated to be held at this week's Tokyo Game Show 2011!
The best way to become updated with the latest news on the video gaming industry is through attending its major events. And perhaps one of the much-awaited shows in the industry to date is the Tokyo Game Show 2011, which will kick off on September 15-18, 2011. Similar to other game expo/conventions, the TGS is used by different video game developers to introduce their upcoming titles and game-related devices.
Meanwhile, before the show opens its doors on Thursday, a lot of important events strive for your attention. Posted after the cut are the pre-Tokyo Game Show events that are set to be held this week.Read the rest of the article »
Street Fighter X Tekken's character select screen just unveiled a new character. And yes, it's Sagat!
Just when people thought that Capcom couldn’t think of any more fighting game cross overs, the game developer company announced its Street Fighter X Tekken. Of course, this cross over wouldn’t be possible without the cooperation of Namco Bandai.
In addition to this, a new character was leaked at Street Fighter X Tekken’s character select screen. And based on the image posted above, it’s none other than Sagat — the fireball throwing kickboxer.
Are you excited to use Sagat’s character and heat up the battle arena?View Article Source »
"All I can say for now is the main character for the new game will not be Siegfried. Keep it a secret!” --- Daishi Odashima, Namco Bandai Director
There hasn’t been any official buzz on what’s the latest with Namco Bandai’s new Soulcalibur game, but it seems director – Daishi Odashima – couldn’t help but spill a few information on what’s going to happen via tweets (Oh Twitter, what can we do without ye?). And from the looks of it, we’ll be having a new main character for the legendary fighting game. Buh-bye Siegfried.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready to bring in some more pain in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 with "Stage Gimmicks" and item customization.
We’ve waited for years for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (TTT2), and now we’re getting one and then some as Famitsu reveals in its second report on the sequel that the game is having a “Stage Gimmick” system, along with the return of the Item customization feature that bring a mix of old and new into the table.Read the rest of the article »
Will Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono come out of Namco Bandai's Sunnyvale office with a Street Fighter X Tekken? Let's all hope so.
Well if the Marvel vs. Capcom franchise is a smashing success, why not a Street Fighter X Tekken game? That seems to be what’s inside Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono’s head as reports announce that he is currently under serious negotiations with Tekken developers Namco Bandai Games at Sunnyvale offices for a cross-over of the two popular fighting game titles.
Are we going to see a Street Fighter X Tekken soon enough? Well the fate of our wishful thinkings now rest on their hands. I just can’t imagine though how pure martial arts can stand toe-to-toe with ki imba ki blasts, but that’s another story to tell.View Article Source »
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