The biggest news from Tokyo Game Show 2020

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Tokyo Games Show 2020 took place from Thursday, September 24th to Sunday, September 27th. As an online conference, the show featured scheduled streams from a variety of big gaming names such as Capcom, Square Enix, SEGA, and more. Here are our highlights from the full TGS 2020 show.

[SIZE=5]Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity gameplay[/SIZE]

While many upcoming games are hiding their gameplay away behind flashy CGI cutscenes, the recently announced Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity came out quite literally swinging. Set during the Age of Calamity which precedes Breath of the Wild, the new Hyrule Warriors title from Koie Tecmo sees Link fighting alongside Zelda and the other legendary heroes such as Urbosa and Revali as Ganon’s forces overwhelm the land.

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TGS 2020 gave us a lengthy look at the game in action, with footage not just of Link, but also Daruk, and a young Impa who, 100 years in the past, looks an awful lot like her future granddaughter Paya. The streams were broadcast in Japanese only, but GameXplain took the time to translate one of the showcases so that viewers who don’t speak the language could have a look at what the presenters were saying. We’ve embedded that footage above for easy viewing.

[SIZE=5]Nier Replicant remaster gets a release date[/SIZE]

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The tremendous success of Nier: Automata left a lot of folks wondering whether they should check out the preceding title in the series. If hunting around for a copy of the 2010 original sounds like too much fuss, you’re in luck. The remaster, or NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… to give it its full title, is due to release on April 23, 2021 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Game director Yoko Taro and his crew produced a fairly comical broadcast, and took watchers through a bit of gameplay from the remaster which showed off combat and exploration across the world.

[SIZE=5]Resident Evil Village may be coming to PS4 and Xbox One[/SIZE]

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Capcom’s Resident Evil Village information drops were rather lackluster in the end, but we were given a minor bit of news regarding the launch. While the development team wasn’t ready to confirm anything just yet, they did announce that they’d like to bring Resident Evil Village to the current generation consoles of the PS4 and Xbox One. Because the game is being developed primarily as a next-gen release, adapting it to run on the less powerful hardware isn’t an easy feat. Capcom couldn’t yet confirm when or even if it would make the jump, but the studio is hopeful they’ll be able to do it.

[SIZE=5]Resident Evil is getting an animated Netflix series[/SIZE]

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[SIZE=5]The Medium gets a spooky new story trailer[/SIZE]

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Bloober Team’s latest horror game looks to be shaping up as something quite special. The Medium features a protagonist who can see into two, simultaneous realities, though that proves to be more of a curse than a blessing. The latest trailer from TGS introduces a few new characters, including a young, black-eyed and one-armed child called Sadness, and what we can only assume is the game’s main monster/antagonist.

That’s the biggest gaming news from the Tokyo Game Show 2020 that we spotted. If you’ve seen anything else worth talking about then be sure to let us know down in the comments!

Source AllGamers

Seems we gonna have excited 2021 year :slight_smile: