Author: Chris Kohler

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Almost nobody wakes up one morning and decides out of the blue that they want to be a video game collector. In my experience, it's... [Read More]
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The writer-directors behind Zero Escape and Danganronpa have formed their own studio and are teaming up to create another game about school kids and murders.... [Read More]
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When I was in sixth grade, my best friend at the time penned a short story for a school assignment that was titled "The Video... [Read More]
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Wandered into an Akihabara store last night and had an amazing score: Nintendo's 1970s electro-mechanical Duck Hunt toy! This was what inspired the NES game.... [Read More]
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Tags: Japan - order - national
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Sure, sure, everybody's excited about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, but let us not forget about From Software's other upcoming game, which comes out on November... [Read More]
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From Software's VR Game Builds An Entrancing World... [Read More]
Tags: Tokyo - Show - Gaming
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Real video game professionals know that Tokyo Game Show isn't just about trying out new games, it's also about loading up on expensive game-themed merchandise.... [Read More]
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And that's it for my day one of TGS! I'm going to go be on the 8-4 Play podcast tonight, so watch for that to... [Read More]
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Just walked by the Hamster booth to see them taking about Arcade Archives: Excitebike, which is out tomorrow on Switch! [Read More]
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At the Square Enix Music booth at this year's Tokyo Game Show, there's a display of original Chocobo artwork done by the creators of various... [Read More]
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Tags: Kacho
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Massive ads for Dragalia Lost, the new mobile game from Nintendo, line the walkway to the train leading to the Tokyo Game Show venue. It's out... [Read More]
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Bayonetta 3 development is "on course," Platinum Games' Hideki Kamiya and Atsushi Inaba said at a stage event last night in Tokyo. They joked that... [Read More]
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Walking up and down the floors of the massive multi-level arcades in Akihabara can trigger some unexpected nostalgic responses, but I certainly wasn't expecting this... [Read More]
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This very rare, very early Japanese game history book published in 1988 is currently for sale in Akihabara for about $200. Check out that young... [Read More]
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Tags: Ah - complete - series
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