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Vanillaware's Wii action game, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, is being ported to the PS Vita. The new edition will be available on March 28, 2013 and be further bolstered by DLC, Sony said during its TGS 2012 press conference. The PS Vita port has only been confirmed for Japan so far, but we expect ple...

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Just because Sony's focus during the Tokyo Game Show is on its two newest consoles, the Vita and the PlayStation 3, doesn't mean the company's forgotten about the PlayStation Portable. During its press conference this evening, Sony dropped ¥3,000 (about $40) from the ¥16,800 (about $215) b...

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Sony Japan has announced the upcoming launch of two brightly colored PlayStation Vita models, just as an overworked store clerk completes his striking, beautifully binary wall of alternating black and white units. (Don't worry, he's still better off than the guy with the watermelon stand in a car c...

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PlayStation Mobile users, you may have just felt a brief phantom tug at your wallet. That's because Sony just announced the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Mobile is coming on October 3. The first countries allowed to access PlayStation Mobile content through the PlayStation Store are Japan, Unit...

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During Sony's TGS keynote, Sony Computer Entertainment president Andrew House revealed that PS Plus would launch on the PS Vita this November. The service will be available to PS Vita owners for 500 yen per month in Japan or $17.99 every three months in the US; $49.99 for the year. Update: A press ...

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This week Japan's capital city welcomes gamers from around the globe for some show and tell with the country's finest at TGS. As for us, we're particularly anxious to see what Sony may have in store. Will we see another PS3 redesign? Perhaps some buzz about it's next-gen console? Will we see some ...

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Team Ninja will announce a new game at this week's Tokyo Game Show. Posting on Twitter, Team Ninja notes the announcement of Dead or Alive 5 at last year's event, and the Tecmo subsidiary wants to repeat that with a newly announced console title this year. Team Ninja is currently developing Dead or...

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Konami announced its Tokyo Game Show lineup today via a new portal on its site. Sadly, the 360 version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance isn't going to make it. The PS3 version remains very much alive and kicking and joins Silent Hill: Book of Memories, Zone of the Enders HD, and Metal Gear Solid: ...

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Square Enix unveiled its Tokyo Game Show lineup this week, revealing the Wii U version of Dragon Quest X is being showcased for the first time. Square, who released the Wii version of the MMORPG last month in Japan, says fans can expect new information about the game at the exhibition. Presumably t...

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Sony announced its Tokyo Game Show lineup today, and it is massive. There are 47 games in total listed on Sony's new TGS portal, with the near-certainty of more being unveiled during the exhibition. One of those games, however, isn't (as yet) Team Ico's The Last Guardian. That isn't surprising give...

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A playable version of Monster Hunter 4 is coming to this year's Tokyo Game Show, Capcom announced on its newly launched TGS portal. The company also unveiled its current lineup for the show, with Resident Evil 6, DmC, Lost Planet 3 and EX Troopers joining the 3DS Monster Hunter. Meanwhile, Sega als...

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In 2011, Level-5 sat out TGS in favor of its own "Level-5 World" event. TGS organizer CESA sent out a list of exhibitors for the 2012 edition of TGS today, revealing that the Professor Layton developer is back on board this year. Whether that means the usual giant, crowded booth remains to be seen,...

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