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Tokyo Game Show is back again and as one of the biggest exhibitions this side of the world, we’re just as hyped as you are to find out what new games we can look forward to over the next few months leading into next year. This year, as we step into the halls of Makuhari Messe once again, we’re particularly hyped about a couple of games that we’ll be able to witness first hand. Check them out below! Playable Final Fantasy 7 Remake Let’s face it, this game is probably one the the biggest, if not THE BIGGEST game of 2020, and we’ve only just seen tidbits of it. This year at the Tokyo Game Show, a playable demo will be available to attendees and growing up as a Final Fantasy fan since FF4, this playable demo is something that’s on the top of my list. While a lot of…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPZ5r1HmtN4&t=7s Tokyo Game Show just sent us the official count of attendees for this year’s event. Close to 300 thousand attendees over 4 days walked through the 8 halls of Makuhari Messe. This record showing is not just good for the Japan gaming scene but for gaming in general since it reversed the dip in attendance from last year. Though public attendance has the lion’s share on the numbers,  the growing E-sports scene, as well as the higher number of developers that attended the event, helped push attendance numbers. Here’s hoping that TGS 2019 will smash attendance records once again. Our Tokyo Game Show 2018 Coverage is brought to you by our brand partners: Huawei Mobile Philippines, PLDT Home Fibr, Smart and Cherry Mobile. Access our coverage here.

Heads-up, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) players. The PES game you’re playing on your phone is going to get a major upgrade. For starters, the visuals will get a major overhaul and will be using Unreal Engine 4 – the same graphics engine used in triple A games for consoles and PCs. With the use of Unreal Engine 4, PES will be inching closer to how it looks versus its console port. It Next, over 3,000 new animations, improved player AI with every playstyle accounted for, and realistic ball movements has been optimized for fans to enjoy the ultimate soccer game. And lastly, 10 new league licenses from Europe, South America and Asia have been added, including Japan’s J. League. The best part? Despite these updates,  Winning Eleven 2019 is still free-to-play (with in-game purchases). PES 2019 promises to give a life-like behavior of the beautiful game and should take competitive mobile…