166w ago - Square Enix Brand Manager Rui Anderson has unveiled the Tactics Ogre PSP TGS 2010 trailer today to fans, as follows:
Hello everyone, it's Rui from Square Enix. I am happy to share the Tactics Ogre TGS trailer with you. Enjoy!
TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together
• Uncover the truth in a gripping tale of betrayal and heroism.
• Take part in tactical, turn-based battles brought to life through stunning graphics, sounds and animation.
• Enjoy more compelling and realistic battles with new graphics, music and gameplay.
• Use the Ad-Hoc connection to connect with another player and share ghost data of your party.
167w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared some video footage today from Tokyo Game Show 2010 spotlighting Mega Man Universe on PSN.
To quote: Tucked deep inside Capcom's Tokyo Game Show hotel suite was the first hands-on build of Mega Man Universe, the upcoming PSN title that gives players a comprehensive toolset to build their own custom Mega Man levels and characters. Watch the new trailer below for a peek at the total package.
DualShock 3 clenched tightly in my sweaty hands, I powered through several of Mega Man Universe's pre-generated levels, which are based on the fan-favorite Mega Man 2.
I quickly discovered that some things never change: Mega Man Universe is freaking hard, even on the allegedly Easy mode. The levels were riddled with tricky moving platforms, brutal jumps, lethal spike pits, and the requisite homing-carrot-firing rabbit robots.
Of course, the difficulty level can vary wildly depending on the prowess of your custom Mega Man, which you upgrade by cobbling together spare parts from defeated bosses and iconic Capcom characters – Street Fighter's Ryu and Ghosts 'N Goblins Arthur were shown...
168w ago - Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez has shared a video tour of the PlayStation booth at Tokyo Game Show 2010 today.
To quote: Greetings from the future. The sun is slowing rising on what is sure to be a beautiful Saturday morning, here in Tokyo. It's officially the third day of the Tokyo Game Show, and we haven't missed a beat.
PlayStation blew the roof off the Makuhari Messe convention center, with colossal announcements and tons of games. The PlayStation booth is sprawling with thousands of eager members of the press and gamers waiting to get their hands on the latest PS3 titles on PlayStation Move, and our favorite portable, the PSP.
With a video interview with devs on the new Devil May Cry, and a in-depth chat with The Last Guardian's director and designer, Fumito Ueda – shot, captured and ready to edit.
I ventured off on my next assignment – to capture our mammoth and most impressive showing at the Tokyo Game Show yet.
168w ago - SCEE Blog Manager James Gallagher has shared a PS3 interview today with Fumito Ueda from the Tokyo Games Show 2010.
To quote: While I wasn't able to attend Tokyo Game Show this year, I was able to get some questions out to Fumito Ueda, creator of ICO, Shadow of the Colossus and The Last Guardian, which is coming to PlayStation 3 in 2011.
Here's the trailer shown at TGS, in case you missed it, and thanks to all the people that helped me come up with questions via Twitter and Facebook earlier in the week.
Since you announced The Last Guardian at E3 last year you have been fairly quiet. What have you been up to?
We've been working on the final concept for the game over the past year, and I'm pleased to say that we have now locked that down and we've moved into full production.
We learned from our experiences on ICO and Shadow of the Colossus that doing Research & Development at the same time as making the game slows down the process, so we decided to spend more time on R&D up front, testing out technologies and mechanics, before moving into full production. I'm glad to say that, right now, we're in crunch mode.
168w ago - Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared some video footage today highlighting community features, legacy tracks, weather effects, the X1 prototype and more in Gran Turismo 5 for PS3 at Tokyo Game Show 2010.
To quote: At last night's Gran Turismo 5 panel at the Tokyo Game Show in Makuhari Messe, Polyphony Digital's Kazunori Yamauchi gave an extensive update on new features coming to GT5.
Highlights included new community features related to My Home, weather effects such as rainfall, returning legacy tracks, and new cars. For more details, see the full announcement on Gran-Turismo.com.
But first things first! Watch the new Tokyo Game Show trailer for Gran Turismo 5 below.
My Home Detailed
Gran Turismo 5 will include a big focus on social media functions and community interaction. The record of your playing experience, as well as your future objectives, are all organized on the "My Home" screen – a sort of "home base" for GT5 players.
In addition to your PS3, My Home will also be viewable from your PC's web browser starting on November 2nd, GT5's release date. Kazunori explained...