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Kaz Hirai headlining Tokyo Game Show

The successor to Ken Kutaragi, the man behind the curtain, the Phantom of the Opera, Sony Computer Entertainment Kaz Hirai will be leading the keynote speech at Tokyo Game Show this September. His topic of choice? Flavorful dessert dishes for every season and occasion. Just kidding -- the future of ...

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Tokyo Game Show 2007 extended to a four-day run

Our usual Tokyo Game Show procedure involves a quick sprint from any interesting conference on the morning of Day One (which has always been a day reserved for industry people) to the main show floor, where we then spend the next six hours scurrying from booth to booth like game-loving rabbits in s...

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PlayStation Network: ready for launch? [update 2]

Eurogamer's Rob Fahey provides a couple new details on some of the online features of the PlayStation 3. Fahey asks a key question, but unfortunately never gets around to answering it: "Can a company whose online strategy in the last generation was so patchy, and their actual service so weak, real...

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Stickers make your system fun!

Tokyo Game Show had special stickers on all the PSPs on display. Joystiq showed you the awesome PaRappa system (which would look great with your PaRappa pouch), and now we're here to show you the rest. Read on to see the rest......

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Developers say "PSP has already failed" [Update 1]

The people of Games Radar speak about Tokyo Game Show in their latest podcast. They speak a little bit about PSP, and talk about the impressive Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops and Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, and lament about how the PSP might've been more successful if such beautiful, fully deve...

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TGS: Cranking the Gears of War

Though it wasn't playable on the Tokyo Game Show floor -- not even in the booth with other mature-rated games like Riot Act (Crackdown) and Dead Rising -- Microsoft was giving press a tease of Gears of War, their fall lineup's killer app. Alan Willard, a technical designer at Epic Games and a giant...

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Former EGM editor speaks on state of PSP in Japan

It's been no secret that the PSP has struggled to keep up with the DS Lite in Japan, although one Sony exec says otherwise. Former EGM editor turned part owner of the Japan-based localization firm 8-4, John Ricciardi, was recently interviewed by Gamasutra on the state of gaming in Japan, and he shed...

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Epic joins Shanghai development community

The number of foreign game developers descending upon China has become legion, and Epic Games is the latest to establish a foothold in the growing market. At the Tokyo Game Show, Epic VP Jay Wilbur outlined his company's plans to create an outsourcing division in Shanghai, which will be responsible ...

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TGS 06: Everything that happened

Tokyo Game Show 2006 has come and gone, and left a whole slew of game news and previews in its tracks. If you were unfortunate as to have been gone this weekend, here's a recap of everything that happened on the site. Don't forget that you only have one more day to enter our TGS contest, where you ...

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Bringing It Home content, 9/25

Well folks, TGS is over, finished, kaput. As such, it seem only fitting that today's content is more oriented towards western audiences -- note also that there is no Japan exclusive content today. Here's the sweet sweet candy: Battlestations Midway trailer Eragon trailer Import Tuner Challeng...

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