Tagged: Tokyo Game Show

This week has seen the annual Tokyo Game Show, where focus is primarily on other platforms. However, Capcom have revealed a new trailer for their anticipated title, Monster Hunter: World; which will see the first time a Monster Hunter title has made its way to the Xbox platform. You can check out the teaser trailer below: Not only that, but they’ve given us a release date for the game, and it’s not too far off. Monster Hunter: World is due do release 26th January 2018 on Xbox One. With the slowly-increasing release of Japanese games making their to the Xbox, … Read More »

The announcement of Xbox 360 backwards compatibility on Xbox One was the biggest shock at E3, and  Phil Spencer talked much more on one of his usual Twitter sprees as he normally does from time to time.   @Mikey1601 Preview as really us working on emulation, not the portfolio, with the way BC works it’s more about getting emulation right. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 10, 2015 @Jimk183 We’ll announce more games later but 1st party will be a big participant in BC so great assumption that it will be supported. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 10, 2015   @CameronMines Some games, … Read More »

It’s fair to say that the Xbox One is not popular in Japan. Microsoft launched the console there in September and so far they have only sold a little over 53,000 units. Last year Microsoft had one of the largest booths at the Tokyo Game Show. This year however, they aren’t going to be there at all. When they didn’t appear on the preliminary list of exhibitors rumour started to fly that they wouldn’t be gracing the show with their presence. This has now been confirmed by Famitsu who managed to get an official comment from Microsoft. “In 2015, we’ll … Read More »

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