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Silent Hills concept trailer is coming for you

At Tokyo Game Show today Konami released a concept video for horror game Silent Hills - and it's pretty disturbing. In the video, below, we're thrust into a corridor that soon goes very wrong. There are maggots. Lots of maggots. Imagine playing this game with virtual reality headset Project Morpheus! Read more…

Scalebound is unlike anything Platinum has done before

After its announcement on Microsoft's stage at E3 this year, it was hard to get much of a handle on Platinum Games' Scalebound, beyond it likely being a very good thing - especially for the Xbox One and its prospects in Japan and beyond. Show More Summary

Bloodborne release date confirmed

Souls successor Bloodborne releases on Friday 6th February 2015, Sony has announced. From Software and Sony Japan Studio's dark PlayStation 4 exclusive also has a new trailer, below, released as part of the game's showing at this week's Tokyo Game Show. Show More Summary

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Snake and Quiet gameplay revealed

Konami has unveiled new footage of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain featuring Snake and his new sniper pal Quiet, while Metal Gear Solid boss Hideo Kojima has just finished demoing a section of gameplay featuring the two live at Tokyo Games Show. Show More Summary

Deady Premonition dev's D4 launches on Xbox One tomorrow

Xbox One mystery adventure D4 will launch worldwide tomorrow, developer Swery has confirmed to Eurogamer at Tokyo Games Show 2014. The game will launch for $14.99 (UK price still to be confirmed) and include the prologue, first and second episodes. Show More Summary

Torment: Tides of Numenera debuts its first gameplay footage

Torment: Tides of Numenera, the highly anticipated Kickstarter-funded follow-up to Planescape: Torment, has finally revealed its first gameplay footage in a new video. Developed by inXile, who is currently busy wrapping up the last minute...Show More Summary

Final Fantasy 15 demo confirmed, Nomura leaves director's chair

Final Fantasy 15 is getting a playable demo, dubbed Final Fantasy 15 Episode Duscae, that will be launching alongside Final Fantasy Type 0 HD in Europe on 20th March 2015. The announcement comes as the Tokyo Games Show opens its doors, with Final Fantasy Type 0 HD playable on the show floor and a new trailer released for Final Fantasy 15. Show More Summary

Ridiculous AirVR headset straps a mobile device to your face

The AirVR is the goofiest goddamn thing I've seen on Kickstarter since that Potato Salad made the rounds. It's essentially a VR headset in the vein of the Oculus Rift or Sony's Morpheus, only instead of it having a built-in screen, it allows users a slot to strap a mobile device to their face. Show More Summary

Final Fantasy 4 remake sneaks onto Steam

Final Fantasy 4 has made its PC debut today on Steam, where it costs £10.99 / $15.99. This isn't the FF4 of the SNES era, however, but the 3D remake that launched on the original DS in 2007 before later being ported to iOS and Android. Show More Summary

Gone Home's map has been faithfully reconstructed in Counter-Strike: GO

If you felt like Fullbright's coming-of-age drama Gone Home was missing something, and that something is guns, then you're in luck! Steam modder Nipper has faithfully recreated that game's setting, the Greenbriar estate, as a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive map. Show More Summary

The Evil Within's TGS trailer adds a touch of class

Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is releasing his latest horror opus, The Evil Within, in just another month on 14th October, and a new Tokyo Game Show trailer shows off plenty of new monsters and scenery. While Mikami's games have...Show More Summary

Goat Simulator gallops onto iOS and Android

Coffee Stain Studios has ported its cult hit Goat Simulator onto iOS and Android. As with its original Steam release, the game wears its glitches like a badge of honour. Coffee Stain advertises "millions of bugs," and the developer noted...Show More Summary

Gearbox's Battleborn throws the FPS and MOBA genres together

For a moment, I'm not sure if I'm attending a preview event run by Pixar. Gearbox Software are talking so much about their characters - about their pride in their characters, about designing and writing and keyframe animating their characters...Show More Summary

Destiny becomes world's best-selling new IP

Destiny, a game no one is playing - even right now - has been crowned the world's best-ever-selling new IP, according to Activision. It was named the UK's biggest new IP launch earlier this week. Activision said the game raked in $325m in five days, based on a number of sources, and that more than 100m hours of online play had been logged. Show More Summary

See Halo: The Master Chief Collection's Gungoose in action

Microsoft has released new footage for Xbox One exclusive first-person shooter Halo: The Master Chief Collection, showing off the Gungoose in action for the first time. In the video, below, from our friends at VG247, we see the Gungoose tearing up Zanzibar, one of six Halo 2 maps being remade for Halo 2 Anniversary. Show More Summary

Hyrule Warriors review

It's become a clichéd observation, but one that Nintendo nevertheless continues to reinforce: the Legend of Zelda series is not a continuing saga so much as it is a recurring myth. The story never advances. Rather, its tale is retold in fresh ways with each new release, using a cast of recognisable characters and familiar props. Show More Summary

Get scared and die trying in Alien: Isolation's Survivor Mode

Alien: Isolation's Survivor Mode is a player versus alien, objective-based time challenge. Players try to set the fastest time possible while escaping the clutches of the alien on a series of claustrophobic maps. At the end of your attempt...Show More Summary

Quake Live launches on Steam

Id Software's fast-paced first-person shooter Quake Live launches on Steam today. It unlocks in about 10 hours as a free-to-play title. The system requirements are light, as you'd expect of a four-year-old shooter that was once a browser game. They are as follows: Read more…

A look inside Tokyo's Pokémon Center

In a city full of foreign language and customs, visiting Tokyo's Pokémon Centre is a strangely welcoming experience. It's hard not to feel a sense of familiarity when surrounded by some of Pokémon's most famous faces - even when they...Show More Summary

Microsoft unveils wired Xbox One controller for Windows PC

Microsoft has unveiled a wired Xbox One controller for use with WIndows PC. The aptly-named Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows launches in November 2014 and works with Windows 7 and Windows 8. Microsoft called it the best PC controller it's ever made, the "culmination of over 200 prototypes". Read more…

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