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Getting some wet work done in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

The thirty minutes or so of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance that I played at the Tokyo Game Show were entirely in Japanese. I had no idea what was going on in the story (not that I ever really know what's going on in a Metal Gear game anyway), and the purpose of my mission was never clear. With the...

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Slicing into Metal Gear Rising with Platinum's Kenji Saito and Kojima Productions' Yuji Korekado

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance had a huge presence at the Tokyo Game Show this year, and we made it a point to snag a few minutes with the game's team. In the interview above, we chat with Rising's director at Platinum Games, Kenji Saito, and producer at Kojima Productions, Yuji Korekado. In the...

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SCEJ president Hiroshi Kawano on the Vita, social games and the power of Hatsune Miku

At the Tokyo Game Show this year, we stopped to chat with Hiroshi Kawano, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, about his company's future. In part one (above), we ask about how Sony plans to push the PlayStation Vita, which was a big focus of the company's press conference this year...

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Talking Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z with Keiji Inafune and Yosuke Hayashi

Walking around the Tokyo Game Show floor, we just happened to run into Keiji Inafune, famed (and infamous) Japanese developer and creator of notable franchises like Mega Man and Dead Rising, not to mention the upcoming Soul Sacrifice and Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. We snagged a few minutes of his time...

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Team Ninja's Yosuke Hayashi on appealing to everyone with Dead or Alive 5

We caught up with Team Ninja head Yosuke Hayashi during the Tokyo Game Show for a quick chat about Dead or Alive 5 and Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, the studio's upcoming collaboration with Keiji Inafune's Comcept. This interview is split into two parts. The first, dealing with Dead or Alive 5, can be...

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Drilling for a new core in Lost Planet 3

When I started playing Lost Planet 3, I felt it immediately. Intrinsically, I knew it was made by a different team than the first two games. Lost Planet 3 has a distinctly western feel to it, and its trappings should be comfortable to anyone that has played a third-person shooter made in the last...

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Dragon's Dogma gets Dark Arisen expansion in 2013 [update: new modes video]

Capcom is bringing a "major expansion" to Dragon's Dogma in 2013. The company divulged little else about the expansion, called 'Dark Arisen,' beyond the above teaser. We also have a few appropriately dark screenshots below the break. Capcom also tells us that two free modes are being patched into...

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Devil May Cry PC being outsourced, coming after consoles

The PC port of DmC (Devil May Cry) is outsourced to Polish outfit QLOC and is being released after the console versions, Capcom has confirmed to Eurogamer. QLOC has collaborated with Capcom on PC before, having handled Resident Evil: Raccoon City and Street Fighter x Tekken. That leaves Ninja...

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Street Fighter X Tekken Vita producer gives his all in new trailer

We're sure this new trailer for Street Fighter X Tekken does a good job at summarising what's coming to the Vita version. Thing is, we couldn't help but be distracted by the antics of producer Tomoaki Ayano, who absolutely steals the show. Not only does he get super animated when fighting on the...

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Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R coming to Japanese Vitas in 2013

Either Arc System Works is reinvigorating the public's awareness of its Guilty Gear brand for some nefarious purpose, or someone over there must have started reading all of my letters. At any rate, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R will be coming to the PlayStation Vita sometime in 2013. Not to be...

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