The Best Trailers of Tokyo Game Show 2019 (So Far!)

September, with kids returning to School and Fall coming up we’re seeing new events coming up, such as the usual Apple iPhone Unveiling; now we’re moving forward with the event Gamers are looking forward to, The Tokyo Game Show. We’ve already seen a couple of fantastic Trailers of two hot video games that players are dying to play; Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake, Kingdom Hearts 3’s DLC and Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding. Here are some more Trailers of some video games coming your way soon!

One of the video games that DBZ Fans, Anime fans that have been dying to play is back again, this time at TGS with Majin Buu; in this new trailer from Bandai Namco Entertainment we get to relive the Saga of Majin Buu (Yep, even with Great Saiyaman) and Majin Vegeta. Now it has a release date, fans can play it on January 17th and will be available on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

This was something that I didn’t see coming, honestly, was hoping for a Resident Evil 3 Remake but hey, I guess later in the future right? Anyway, Project Resistance is a 4 vs 1 Multiplayer where four players are the survivors and one player will be the Predatory Mastermind Zombie; from the looks of it this looks like Resident Evil 2 Remake but it looks like two similar games, Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th The Video Game.

The first Nioh was a big hit with players in 2017, recently shown at this year’s E3 it has a new trailer to show at TGS and a Release Window insight, be on the lookout in Early 2020.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the main entry in the hit franchise, though in this Yakuza game this will have a Dragon Quest-like battle system. It will arrive in Japan on January 16th, 2020 but for the West, it will be released later in the year.

The last One Piece Pirate Warriors Game was in 2015, but now we’re finally going to get a new Pirate Warriors video game! Even though it was announced earlier this year, sadly, it had a previous release window of 2020.

Looks like Seven isn’t the only one receiving the remake treatment, Crystal Chronicles is coming your way thanks to Square-Enix is bringing the Remastered version to PlayStation 4,┬áNintendo Switch, Android and iOS on Jan. 23, 2020