Capcom has released a new trailer for Monster Hunter 4 at the Tokyo Game Show. It’s embedded above, and you might like to watch it. Of course, whether or not the game will be localised remains to be seen.
After being silent about the game for a while, Level-5 has confirmed that Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show in September. Expect lots of footage and details and other things you will probably care about.
Capcom has confirmed that Monster Hunter 4 will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show in September. This is the first opportunity for anyone to play the game, so hopefully there’s plenty of people with cameras so we can see it in action.
Square Enix has finally shared a direct-feed version of the latest trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance which has been shown at the Tokyo Game Show.
Update: Sorry bout that, guys. The YouTube embed I’d shared was the old trailer. Square Enix is actually blocking the uploads of their trailer, so you’ll have to click here to see it at the official site.
There is a new, extended trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations via the Tokyo Game Show. You can check it out after the break or click here to find the game on Amazon.
There is hope that Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney may be localised. This stems from a press release that is written in the English language and is being distributed at Capcom’s booth at the Tokyo Game Show. The press release also mentions that “English names are TBD.” It’s still a rumor, but the hope is there.
There is a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3D at the Tokyo Game Show, but there is no direct-feed version for us to enjoy just yet. Even so, you can check after the break for a camera-recorded version. It’s not fantastic quality, but it’s better than nothing.