Capcom revealed more of memory-altering action game Remember Me's combat system at this week's Tokyo Game Show. In the latest clip, creative director Jean Max takes us through the Combo Lab, a visual representation of protagonist Nilin's combat memory. See how it all works in-game after the jump.
While fate has prevented us from attending the Tokyo Game Show in person this year, providence has seen fit to bless us with this professionally shot and edited clip of highlights from Cosplay Collection Night! Feast your peepers on stunning costumes after the jump!
Currently, Phantasy Star Online 2 is only available for the PC, but that's really just the spear point for Sega's larger plans for the free-to-play MMORPG. A cross-platform PS Vita version is being prepared for Spring 2013, while an iOS/Android Phantasy Star Online 2 es will allow you to interact with your characters in its own way. See their Tokyo Game Show previews after the jump.
There may be a ton of action in the DmC Devil May Cry Tokyo Game Show trailer, but a few aspects here and there also hint at Dante's past. From the opening moments to a brief mention of Sparda, take a look at where Dante's been and where he's going after the jump.
Neurowear, the folks behind those brain controlled necomimi cat ears, showcased their new "Shippo (tail)" at Tokyo Game Show. The tails swish at a speed determined by the wearer's mood, and it integrates with a smartphone app that location maps those emotions. See a concept movie after the jump.
Who doesn't appreciate the head-popping action of Fist of the North Star? Ken's Rage proved the violent quest of Kenshiro carried over well to the Musou format of crowd-battling action, and Tecmo Koei is following that up with Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2. Peep the latest trailer past the break.
Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney is slated for a November 29 release on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, and a new Tokyo Game Show 2012 trailer shows plenty of animation to kick off a solid preview of the crossover. Peep the slick anime stylings followed by a sampling of gameplay, all with English subtitles, in the clip after the jump.
Recent clips of Sony's Smash Bros.-alike, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, have trickled out new fighters like Metal Gear Solid's Raiden and Heavenly Sword's Nariko, so at this point they've got a sizable roster to show off. Watch as everyone from Dante to Sackboy squares off in the Tokyo Game Show 2012 trailer after the jump.
It sounds like the folks at Level-5 are pleased with how their first collaboration with Studio Ghibli went. During a group interview session at a pre-TGS event at Namco Bandai HQ, Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino commented that he'd like to work with Ghibli again, and, given the opportunity, would adapt Castle in the Sky.
Thanks to the folks at Ace Attorney fansite Court Records, the Ace Attorney 5 Tokyo Game Show 2012 trailer can now be viewed with English subtitles. Get introduced to the latest chapter, and dig into the new system that lets you read contradictory emotional responses, after the jump.
Namco Bandai has shown up to Tokyo Game Show with some big announcements for their 2013 fighting game adaptation of Hirohiko Araki's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Voice cast for seven of the eponymous Joestar bloodline were announced, along with one adversary and another ally. Interestingly, where the cast overlapped the 1993/2000 OVAs, different voices have been selected. See who's who after the jump.
A demo for Platinum Games' Metal Gear Rising Revengeance will come packed with Zone of the Enders HD Collection in October, but for now you can go ahead and see more of its sword-slashing insanity on display in the new Tokyo Game Show trailer after the jump.
Namco Bandai looks to be trying out some new ideas for the upcoming Gundam Breaker. In the third person action game, you play as Gundam plastic models, as the 1/144, 1/100, and 1/60 scale digital plamo fight to damage each other against the backdrop of dioramas and miniature sets. Get a look after the jump.
Namco Bandai unveiled a new trailer for Tales of Xillia 2 just in time for Tokyo Game Show. The latest look at the RPG sequel introduces the cast before digging into the action-packed battle system. Check it out after the jump.