More Reviews
REVIEWS Dokuro (PC) Review
Dokuro makes the jump from handheld to PC, but does it help or hinder this unusual platformer?

About Love, Hate, and the other Review
Simple feelings. Complex puzzles.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Magicka 2 Preview
How does that sing-along song go? "Magicka 2, Magicka 2, for the Playstation 4, and the PC, too..."
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Persona 5
Release date: 12/31/14

Motorcycle Club
Release date: 01/01/15

Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk
Release date: 01/14/15

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell
Release date: 01/20/15


LATEST FEATURES The Airing of Grievances 2014
Happy Festivus! Get out your aluminum pole, and join us in one of the (made-up) holiday's annual traditions.

Sony, The Interview, and Why Gamers Should Be Paying Attention
The fallout from the movie's cancellation reaches far wider than just Hollywood.
MOST POPULAR FEATURES Black Friday 2014 Video Game Deals Buyer's Guide
Looking to score the most bang for your buck the day after Thanksgiving? Well look no further! Our Black Friday guide is just the tool you need.

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP ryanbates
Gamer Love
By ryanbates
Posted on 12/19/14
When a player one meets his or her player two, it's a beautiful thing. Check out this cake my friend and GameRevolution reader Lindsey L. gave her sweetums on their two-year anniversary!   ...

GAMING NEWS

Follow Tokyo Game Show All the Way to Japan

Posted on Monday, July 11 @ 09:24:50 Eastern by


Tokyo Game Show kicks off this year on September 15th in none other than Tokyo, Japan, and when it does, you can expect a ton of game announcements, demos, surprises, and more from the developers and publisher that reside in The Land of the Rising Sun.

Want to go to Tokyo Game Show? 100 lucky Twitter followers who follow @tokyo_game_show, the official Twitter for the industry event, will get free tickets to the show. All you have to do is tweet to them why you deserve/want to go to the show. We suggest mentioning something about women being molested by giant tentacle monsters - seems to be right up their alley.

Unfortunately, air fare and hotel accommodations aren't included, but it's worth paying for it all so you can see all of the games, try some real sushi and saki, and enjoy the show. It's a sophisticated nerd dream come true.

While you're at it, make sure you follow @Game_Revolution for general awesomeness.
Tags:   Tokyo Game Show
FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.


More from the Game Revolution Network




comments powered by Disqus