The Tokyo Game Show 2011 is just a few hours away from its first public day, but the Joystiq Strike Team has been attending press conferences and events for days now -- just look at all those posts! In between boat rides and chocolate-filled bread eating, they found time to reflect on what they have seen and deliver it straight to your ears.
Handhelds have been the focus this year with Sony and Nintendo spending much of their time talking about the PS Vita and 3DS respectively, but that's not all the guys have to share. Ninja Gaiden 3, Dead or Alive 5, Diabolical Pitch, Project Draco, Asura's Wrath and more in the first TGS 2011 check-in.
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Hosts: Richard Mitchell (@SenseiRAM), Ben Gilbert (@BigBossBGilbert) and JC Fletcher (@jcfletcher)
Producer: Jonathan Downin (@jonathandownin - Game Thing Daily)
Music: Bust This Bust That by Professor Kliq
See all show links, and stream the show, after the break.
Sony's TGS 2011 press conference, live from Tokyo
Lumines: Electronic Symphony preview: Vita's got a pulse
The hidden costs of PlayStation Vita: 3DS-esque battery life and mandatory memory cards
We get up close and personal with the Nintendo 3DS Slidepad attachment
New Ninja Gaiden 3 trailer, details on 'world of ninjas' multiplayer
Dead or Alive 5 in development, heading to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2012
Square Enix head Yoichi Wada sees a gaming future in the clouds
Don't worry, 'many' of Sonic's friends will be in Generations (but not playable)
Project Draco preview: Fly a fantasy
Overheard@TGS: Just how long is that sword in Asura's Wrath?