Monday, 19 September 2016

James' Take: TGS 2016 Wrap up


Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few days, you would know Tokyo Game Show 2016 was running from the 15th to the 18th of September. A lot of things were announced, so here's my wrap up.

Death Stranding
Death Stranding is looking up to being pretty hyped for me at least. It will be Hideo Kojima's first independant IP and he will be bringing Yoji Shinkawa (who worked as Metal Gear's Main Character and mechanical designer) to make Kojima's 'best work so far'. Death Stranding will have some small multiplayer and will be available 'before 2019'

Nier: Automata
Relatively short, there was some more Nier: Automata gameplay from Square Enix with a confirmed playable demo before the end of this year. There was also a release date announced: PlayStation in Japan on February 23rd and a North American and European release early next year on PC and PlayStation 4.

Final Fantasy XV
New English trailer for FFXV with a whopping 4 minutes long trailer. The game will have a hero name Noctis who was sent out of the city he is a prince to by his father, the King. Him and bodyguards set out in their flying car with their weapons and skills to find his kingdom in trouble. All this trailerdid was make me even more hyped for the game and hope even more for a PC release. (pls square enix pls pc release pls)

There was some more generic trailers like Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Watch Dogs 2, and that was pretty much all I was interested in. I'm glad to see that Japanese publishers are smartening up and releasing for PC though, and I'm praying that Square Enix does for FFXV (plsplspls).

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