Tokyo e, yookoso. Well, actually, Japan's biggest gaming show is in Chiba, but we're not going to complain. Sony's already revealed its Vita handheld refresh, the new Vita TV mini-console and more global launch dates for the PlayStation 4, while Microsoft returns after a one-year hiatus, to show off its next-generation console. We've already seen Sony's keynote, but there's still a whole lot of halls to explore. Heck, maybe we'll find out exactly what the next-generation iteration of brain-reading cat ears is. Follow our tgs2013 tag and for even more gaming news, our sister site Joystiq has got you covered.
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