This week, Japan has been dominating the gaming news with the trade show/convention Tokyo Game Show running in the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba. With over a quarter million attendants filing through, plenty of the exhibitors have models at their booths fighting to the attention of visitors. Famitsu and MAiDiGiTV have put together videos introducing these ladies. Get a look after the jump.
Sega detailed the games it will be exhibiting at next week's Tokyo Game Show, as well as a handful of stage events set to take place. One of those stage events, scheduled for September 18, will include the announcement of a new Hatsune Miku project. Hit the jump for more.
The Tokyo Game Show event always has some interesting artwork as its main visual, and The Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association revealed this year's piece. See what artist Ippei Gyoubu whipped up after the jump.
It was a big week for “them TV games” and their admirers as Tokyo Game Show dazzled and amazed with new announcements, demos, and… the girls who tirelessly worked the booths! Behold a big galley of pretty pictures after the jump!
Tokyo Game Show is set to run September 19-22 at the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba, Japan. This year, the trade show will be presented by Ippei Gyoubu's character "She," embodying the theme of the gaming industry's continuing evolution. Get a look after the jump.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was already looking plenty cool, but Hideo Kojima decided to show off a new look at how tough Raiden is in the upcoming Tokyo Game Show demo. If you follow Hideo Kojima's Twitter feed, you've likely seen this, but go ahead and soak in the wide shot and close-up Kojima tweeted after the jump.
The latest edition of the beloved-in-Japan game, Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter 4, will be playable at September's Tokyo Game Show. Details and concept art after the jump!
Konami plans to bring Platinum Games' insane actioner, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, to this year's Tokyo Game Show, where they'll be revealing a mystery character. More after the jump!
At the tail end of August, we posted the Tokyo Game Show 2011 trailer for Konami's NeverDead, the action game that puts you in the shoes of an immortal who can lose all his limbs and keep fightin'. Now that trailer has English voices, so dig in after the jump.