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by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Sep 19, 2013 11:00AM PDT

So Capcom's Deep Down is an online action-RPG and has some weird futuristic framing narrative, but what exactly is the game and what is going on with its story? A new trailer out of the Tokyo Game Show won't answer either of those questions, but it will give you a look at knights throwing magic grenades at a dragon, and some cute little toys. Read more

Vicarious Visions explains how it started on Skylanders Swap Force years ago, with the goal of shaking up a series that hadn't even gotten off the ground yet. Read more

This is the TGS trailer for Final Fantasy XV. Read more

Kojima Productions showed off a new real-time demo of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes at Tokyo Game Show today, running on PS4 spec. Read more

"Our plan is to sell 5 million PS4s by the end of 2013" Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Sep 18, 2013 1:15PM PDT

EA last released an NBA basketball game in 2009, and even scrapped plans to release one last year, so who knows how NBA Live 14 will turn out? Does EA even remember how basketball is played? Will four teams kick a square ball around an obstacle course? See for yourself in the first 'gameplay' trailer. Read more

"Because it's our architecture there, it's easier to port the games. And because they're first developed on our hardware, there should be a performance advantage." Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Sep 17, 2013 11:30AM PDT

Diablo III's auction house may make it very easy to buy all sorts of shiny hats and swords but oh wait no that's awful, the dream of scoring 'phat loot' (as the kids say) is what keeps people coming back to Diablo. Or not, in the case of D3. So it's going. So long! Goodbye. Blizzard is shutting down both the gold and real-money auction houses on March 18, 2014. Read more

You may quite fancy a good look at The Evil Within gameplay, and might think the Tokyo Game Show would be a good time to share some, given that it's baby of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. You won't find it in the new TGS "gameplay" trailer though. You big naive fool. Read more

With so many cross-generation games launching this year, both Sony and Microsoft have announced plans to let gamers "upgrade" from one gen to the next--usually at a cost of about $10. However, there isn't just one way to take advantage of this deal. Read more

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