The Big Bad Tokyo Game Show 2013 Thread

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Jutsei, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. Balder

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    He certainly does.
    And I need a adrenaline shot because most of this stuff just isn't cutting it for me anymore. I don't know what's changing: me or the industry? (.__.)

    Still waiting for some nice GGXrd stuff.

    Couple of Capcom side notes:
    - Judging by the Gamespot video of SB4, it's little wonder the genre is unpopular in the West. That gameplay was dreadfully bad.
    - deep down has been confirmed to be F2P. The most dangerous combination in the business - Capcom + F2P
     
  2. KaboomKid

    KaboomKid Sure would be nice. ...TUNA FISH!

    Some of the ideas from the new DBZ game reminded me of DBZ Legends. That game was so much fun. I kinda wish they'd just make a sequel of that and ditch the full 3D stuff, but I guess the new game could still be neat with multiple players on each team.

    lol Yeah, it's kinda funny how "Free to Play" is slowly translating to "Afraid to Play."
     
  3. Jutsei

    Jutsei Unwavering Hype

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    During the stage event at the Tokyo Game Show today, Dengeki and Sega announced Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, a new 2D fighting game featuring popular characters from the Dengeki Bunko light novel publishing label.

    A celebration of the brand’s 20th anniversary, the game features characters like Asuna from Sword Art Online and Shana from Shakugan no Shana.

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    A platform was not announced. More information will be shared on October 6 at the Dengeki Bunko Fall Festival in Akihabara, where it will be playable.

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    A new Idolmaster producer game is in development for PlayStation 3, Namco Bandai announced during a Tokyo Game Show stage event today.

    Further details were not announced, but more information might arrive during the “The Idolmaster Secret Event at Akabane” on November 2.

    Earlier this month, Namco Bandai also announced it would be bringing its Idolmaster series to PlayStation 4. Apparently, there’s still some way to go before that one comes out.

    In addition to the new game announcement, Namco Bandai shared the debut trailer for Imas Channel, its free-to-download delivery service for paid Idolmaster content on PlayStation 3. View some screenshots at the gallery.

    Im@s Channel TGS Trailer
     
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    That Sega Fighting game looks great
     
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    Dengeki Bunko: FIGHTING CLIMAX - Shana vs Asuna HD Gameplay Teaser TGS


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    Since Sega is helping with this game. I noticed that this stage has, what looks to be, the tanks from the Valkyria Chronicle series. I hope this hints at Selvaria being playable. I'll welcome Alicia or Riela as well.​
     
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    Over My Dead Body 2 Gameplay TGS Trailer


    Super Robot Wars OG Infinite Battle TGS Trailer


    Super Robot Wars OG Dark Prison TGS Trailer

     
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    Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII TGS Extended Trailer


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    Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Opening Cinematic TGS
     
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    Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth 2 announced

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    Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth 1 is a remake of Hyperdimension Neptunia for PS Vita. At the Tokyo Game Show, Compile Heart announced Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth 2, a remake of Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 for PS Vita.

    Additionally, the company revealed the March-announced Chou Megami Shinkou Noire Gekishin Black Heart has finally begun development. It stars a chibi Noire. New information is expected in the November issue of Dengeki PlayStation magazine.​
     
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  11. Balder

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    Your lives need more Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Search your feelings; you know it to be true.

     
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    EF12 Promotion Video TGS 2013


    Project EF-12 is a free game engine, which somewhat resembles 3D fighters like Virtua Fighter and Tekken, but there's a twist on this one that's unlike many others, outside of MUGEN.

    This particular product is a totally customizable 3D fighting game engine, which can be altered through modifying a series of spreadsheets.

    As such, users can change many aspects of the title, from its characters, their abilities, appearances, stages and even stuff like the game's user interface.

    In the version that was demoed at the Tokyo Game Show, there was even a character who played like a 2D fighter, despite the being in a 3D game.

    If you so choose, you can implement new character models from scratch, and using someone else's modded fighters would be as simple as downloading and extracting some spreadsheet along with the files into a directory.

    Right now the game is only translated into Japanese, but an English translation is expected before the end of the year on Playism's website.

    Welcome to 3D Mugen.​
     

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