Every Trailer and Announcement From Tokyo Game Show So Far

By Keza MacDonald on at

Whilst we were all asleep here in the UK, the first day of Tokyo Game Show was in full swing. Here's every new trailer and piece of news from the show so far.

-Brian goes hands-on with the new 3DS and its fancy little c-stick, and comes away impressed.

-Tetsuya Nomura is no longer directing Final Fantasy XV, so that he can focus on Kingdom Hearts III. We also got a stunning new trailer for FFXV:

-Deadly Premonition creator SWERY's Xbox One game, D4, is an early contenter for strangest game of the show - and, surprise, it's out really soon!

-Possibly the most horrendous game trailer of all time: the new Silent Hills concept trailer is nightmare fuel. The trailer is below, and here are some GIFs if you can't handle it.

-Final Fantasy Type-O is coming to the West next March. Here's a hands-on from Square-Enix's Tokyo office.

-Remember Capcom's Deep Down? It started out all medival fantasy but it's taken a turn towards sci-fi. Here's a new trailer:

-Here is the most embarrassing gameplay experience of 2014, if not of all time.

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-It's Ace Attorney meets Sherlock Holmes: set mostly in England, the new Phoenix Wright game looks most interesting:

-As if I could be more excited about Bloodborne, it's got a new trailer too. It also has a North American release date of February 6th, which means we can expect it here the same day. Check out the special edition, too.

-Monster Hunter 4 ultimate includes THIS COSTUME. And here is a hands-on with the game itself, which we will be playing in the West early next year.

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-Metal Gear Solid 5 also gets a new trailer, featuring the return of Quiet. The game will be out next year, Kojima announced. We also got 20 minutes of new gameplay video.

-Rich Eisenbeis played around with Resident Evil Revelations 2, and found it was more survival horror than action horror.

-Yakuza 0, the prequel to the rest of the Yakuza series, gets a very, very 80s new trailer.

-And lastly, here's an awesome gallery of the monsters and mecha on the show floor itself.

Stay with us for everything further from TGS as the week wears on.