Great update from Capcom today with the release of the first full trailer for Resident Evil Revelations 2. This game had scares a plenty on the 3DS and then the Wii U and was also a gorgeous looking game. Want to know if the sequel continues that high standard? Watch the trailer below and then tell us what you think!
The game will be launching in Japan sometime early 2015. It’ll be showing up on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. No mention of a Nintendo console which is a shame.
And now for a spooky one…here’s a trailer and a couple of TV shots from scary ghost game, Fatal Frame: The Raven-Haired Shrine Maiden. The eerie game where you snap ghosts with your spirit camera will be scaring its way onto the Wii U in Japan on September 27. Don’t watch alone and at night…fair warning…
As mentioned yesterday, Kojima Production were planning to show off some footage from Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. The footage was to be screened during the recent Kojima Station which aired this morning. The footage shown was very brief and features character Quiet dropping in amongst some troops using some very stealthy camouflage. What’s more impressive is that the footage was running in real time on a Playstation 4 console.
Hopefully there’ll be more footage at Tokyo Game Show next week. We’ll let you know once we’re on the showroom floor!
Kojima Productions have today announced that tomorrow’s Kojima Station update will be bringing with it a look at the TGS trailer for Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain. But on top of that amazing revelation is the news of what they’ll be bringing to TGS around this game. From guests, goods, stage events and more at the Konami TGS booth, all will be revealed tomorrow.
Konami will also be hosting a “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Stage” on Saturday 20th September which will see various voice actors attending. Akio Otsuka (Snake), Stefanie Joosten (Quiet) and Satoshi Mikami (Ocelot) will all be appearing. More voice actors will be showing up on Sunday 21st September as well. As soon as the news breaks, we’ll have it up here. We can’t wait!
Hyrule Warriors has already released in Japan but that hasn’t stopped Koei Tecmo from releasing news around an update at Tokyo Game Show. They plan to hold a competition during one of the days open to the public, namely Saturday 20th September. That’s all they’ve announced so far with more news in their next Twitter update.
The game has already received a hefty update in Japan which brought to it an 8-bit NES-style sword and shield for Link while also addressing some bugs and installing the Challenge Mode.
I wasn’t going to post this being that I’m not the biggest Microsoft fan but then I thought that there may be a couple of readers who may want to know what Microsoft will be bringing to next week’s Tokyo Game Show.
Haruka Tomatsu is a Japanese voice actress and singer, she’s also the voice behind Asuna on Sword Art Online. She’s currently making a debut of sorts by starring in a commercial for Furuta candy which you can check out below.
A new powerhouse from Japan has jumped into the fray to help promote the 3DS launch of Super Smash Bros. Japanese girl group AKB48 features in the new commercial screening on Japanese TV in a cute Mii style. The ad also serves to show exactly how the Miis can be used in the game and what kind of action you can expect from the game when it releases.
Just in time for the sweltering Autumn season that Japan is well known for is this tasty new treat from McDonald’s Japan. It’s a Purple Sweet Potato McShake and yes, it really is purple. The shake landed in Japan today and will be around until the end of October. A small sized shake will set you back ¥100 while the medium sized one is only ¥195 so very affordable and cheap indeed!
So you’re going to Tokyo Game Show for the first time, or the fourth, and you aren’t sure where everything is and don’t want to miss out on anything? Then this super duper handy floor map will come in handy.