Sony’s Tokyo Game Show Keynote might have been a bit of a bore, but they have a second chance right now! Only two hours after the Keynote, Sony held a press conference entirely in Japanese. We got the following information from Kotaku’s live blog. John Laydon from Sony Japan was …

A couple weeks ago we wrote about a brand new reality show for the Playstation Network, The Tester. The Tester is a unique reality show where the winner won’t get money but instead will win a contract position in the Quality Assurance department in San Diego, CA. We recently sat …

The Tokyo Game Show news keeps pouring in. Capcom has announced that two titles on display at Tokyo Game Show 2009, will be coming to North America and Europe in 2010. Both Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes and Ghost Trick will be heading out west next year. Ghost Trick is the …

Microsoft is at Tokyo Game Show this week giving many gamers a glimpse at Project Natal. Microsoft kicked things off by announcing partners that are working on Natal based projects. They are: Activision Blizzard Bethesda Capcom Disney Interactive Electronic Arts Konami MTV Games Namco Bandai Sega Square Enix THQ Ubisoft …

“Sony’s New Strategy for 2009” is how the press conference opened today for Sony as they took the stage at Tokyo Game Show. Kaz Hirai took the stage to discuss how 15 years of Playstation has involved taking gaming to a place where “game consoles and networking are inseparable”. To …

IGN has the scoop from Tokyo Game Show about when Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction will be released. The date is set at 2.23.2010, which is great because that doesn’t seem very far off and it’s definitely one of our favorite titles we saw at E3. More Tom Clancy’s Splinter …

Indie developer D20Studios released Hero Mages, a turn-based strategy game that melds elements from miniatures, cards, and social board games into one ball of fun. Hero Mages allows players from all over the world to come together to build, manage, and run their own fantasy armies in the convenience of …

To be honest with you, if someone asked me this question a few hours ago, I would have given them a questionable look, of “What does that really mean?” After going to the website, I have found that this is a little gadget which you can store all your internet …