The Best Of Tokyo Game Show 2018

It’s that time of year where the streets of Tokyo are flooded with the best of games and otakus. So its basically every day in Tokyo. With the resurgence of classic PlayStation games and the popularity of the Switch this year’s Tokyo Game Show was pumping with action. Filled to the brim with indie, mobile and blockbuster titles alike, it was hard to know what to visit first. So here’s our list of some of the best things at Tokyo Game Show 2018!

Catherine Full Body by Studio Zero, Atlus

Catherine: Full Body is much more than just a remaster of 2011’s sleeper-hit puzzle adventure Catherine. Following the tale of Vincent Brooks a 32-year-old man facing a midlife crisis. In his attempt to escape from a more serious commitment with his girlfriend Katherine, Vincent goes for a drink and ends up sleeping with the blond and beautiful Catherine. An affair ensues and Vincent has to juggle both women while deciding which of the two is his true love. Over 20 new anime scenes have been added and the story has been changed to make room for the addition of a brand new heroine character named ‘Rin‘ who more than likely may be the third woman in this tricycle.

Platform: PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita

Release Date: 2019

Days Gone by SIE Bend Studio

In the high desert of the Pacific Northwest, Days Gone is an open-world action game set two years after a mysterious global pandemic has decimated the world, killing most but transforming millions into mindless, feral creatures called Freakers. At TGS, Bend Studio released a demo that showed of a 15-minute long gameplay that featured the protagonist Deacon St. John bounty hunter. Using a mixture of stealth and action, Days Gone is not your average zombie apocalypse game. The Freakers have their own ecosystem and behaviour patterns and they come in hordes.

Platform: PlayStation 4

Release Date: February 22nd 2019

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