Sep 12, 5:33 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Karyn NISHIMURA 09/12/19 AT 4:29 AM Gamers got a sneak peek on Thursday at everything from the hyper-realistic, much anticipated Death Stranding to an Olympic-themed Mario edition at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.The annual event for game enthusiasts is showcasing the diversity of the field, though Kojima Production’s long-awaited Death Stranding for the PlayStation is expected to be among the biggest draws.It is a “totally new” type of game, according to creator Hideo Kojima, a towering figure in the industry who struck out on his own after years honing his talent at Konami with landmark titles like Metal Gear.”Kojima is always on the cutting edge,” said Yasuyuki Yamaji, secretary general of the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association that organises the show.Kojima himself presented the game to hundreds of journalists and industry insiders on Thursday afternoon, hours after releasing a seven-minute trailer.”It’s really a new kind of game and playing it is very complicated,” he said.”I’m only going to show you the basics here, so you can understand a bit of the concept.”The game, which is scheduled to be released November 8 on PlayStation 4, is based around the idea… Read full this story
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