TGS 2018: Preview the impressive creation suite in Dreams (Universe)

Dreams Universe is the tweaked title of Media Molecule’s creativity sandbox when it releases in Japan. Still known as Dreams in the rest of the world, we the PlayStation 4 exclusive had a new trailer and an impressive live demo at Tokyo Games Show 2018. Communications manager Abbie Heppe ...

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TGS 2018: Blood And Truth for PlayStation VR is all about gun-fu

Blood and Truth, at its heart, is a PlayStation VR game that’s very similar to its predecessor, The London Heist (that bit-sized shooter that was a part of VR Worlds, a compilation of PSVR games for the hardware at launch). It’s more than a little reminiscent of old arcade games ...

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TGS 2018: Death Stranding, Tommie Earl Jenkins and Troy Baker character reveal

Kojima Production showcased some new Death Stranding details at the PlayStation stage event at TGS today. Although the stage event was rather self-congratulatory with praises lavished on Kojima and the various seiyuus, we did get some interesting new updates. First up, we get a new cast for Death Stranding in the ...

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TGS 2018: Soulcalibur VI is “go hard or go home” for Bandai Namco

Bandai Namco seems worried, no…desperate with the latest game in the Soulcalibur franchise. Soulcalibur VI, set to release on October 19th, may very well be the last one if sales don’t hit the mark.  That’s why its developers, in an effort to make the game easier to pick up ...

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TGS 2018: Hands-on with Miyazaki’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice comes from the same studio behind classics such as Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls and Bloodborne. Describing the game by FromSoftware’s maestro Hidetaka Miyazaki is no easy task by any means, especially when it’s been compared to “Soulborne” at every turn. The differences between Sekiro and ...

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