Event details

Event:
Tokyo Game Show [TGS] 2007
Start date:
November 30th -0001
End date:
November 30th -0001
Location:
N/A

About Tokyo Game Show [TGS] 2007

Tokyo Game Show [TGS] 2007 News

  • TGS 2007 sets attendance record

    Last weeks Tokyo Games Show was one of the most successful gaming conventions ever held. Boasting 193,040 journalists and consumers alike, Tokyo Game Show 2007 turned out to be an energy filled event during its four-day stint. These numbers show a slender improvement from the 2006 show, which pack...

  • A non-beautiful Katamari to roll onto PS3

    Beautiful Katamari was originally supposed to come to both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, so people were shocked when Namco Bandai announced it as a 360 exclusive. Last week, we reported that Namco Bandai's website once again listen the game as coming to PS3. The listing was shortly removed, once a...

  • TGS 2007: Home just got a bit more fashionable

    Welcome to the world of fashion...well, at least the virtual world of fashion. Earlier this week during the Sony keynote at TGS, Kaz Hirai made a comment regarding downloadable content for Home that could make things really fashionable. “Dress” is going to be an expansion to the PlayStat...

  • GT5 Prologue Japan details

    We've got exciting GT5 Prologue news for you fresh from TGS. As may you already know, the Japanese will be receiving this slick looking racer on both PSN and Blu-ray this December 13th. However, they (and you if you have a Japanese PSN account) will be getting a demo of the title in approximatel...

  • Monster Hunter 2G announced for PSP

    With Monster Hunter being wildly popular in Japan, the Tokyo Game Show was an obvious place to announce a new title for the series. Monster Hunter is a third-person action role-playing game, in which the protagonist embarks on a number of quests to vanquish multiple creatures in a wide array of ...

  • New Kingdom Hearts titles announced

    While Square Enix has yet to announce the massively hyped Final Fantasy VII remake, they have certainly astounded the crowds at this years Tokyo Game Show with several other games, including three new titles in the Kingdom Hearts series. The new games have been developed exclusively for handheld...

  • Tokyo Games Show MGS4 demo not coming to PSN

    Many rumors have been circulating recently about a possible Metal Gear Solid 4 demo being released on the PlayStation Network. However, Konami has now dismissed these reports as false. The demo, which is currently playable behind closed doors at the Tokyo Game Show, may never be released on the PS...

  • Phil Harrison talks Dual Shock 3

    Sony Worldwide Studios boss Phil Harrison has given some details into the Dual Shock 3, how it works, and why now. In a chat with GameSpot, Harrison addressed several points that Kaz Hirai did not during his keynote earlier today. Firstly, he said that rumble was back due to popular demand: &ldq...

  • Dual Shock 3 rumble-compatible titles revealed

    Earlier we reported that Sony officially announced the Dual Shock 3, the tilt-sensing controller that also features vibration support. Here's a complete list of titles that will support vibration in North America and Europe as of September 20th: (*1 Users will be able to enjoy the rumble feature t...

  • GT5 Prologue Japan release date announced

    Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, prequel to the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 5, has finally gotten a solid release date...in Japan. Both the GT5 Prologue disc and network distribution will be available on 13th December. When the title will be seen on European and American shores is yet to be reveale...

Tokyo Game Show [TGS] 2007 Features

  • TGS 2007: PSU's Complete Coverage

    The Tokyo Game Show begins on Thursday September 20th and it could be the biggest gaming event of the year. Open to the public, TGS now overshadows the previously dominant E3 in terms of scale and, perhaps, in terms of showcasing the top titles of this year and beyond. Kaz Hirai is due to give his ...

  • PSU's TGS 2007 Predictions

    This year's Tokyo Game Show kicks off on Thursday 20th September. After the downsizing of E3, it could become the biggest gaming event of the year, not least because it's open to the public. Major developers and the platform holders are scheduled to be there in full swing, so here we present our exp...