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Submitted by Jim Crikey 1393d ago | article

Critical Gamer: Tokyo Game Show 2010 Retrospective

Critical Gamer's Matt M writes: With Tokyo Game Show 2011 just around the corner, now is the ideal time to look back at last year’s event and revisit and re-evaluate some of the biggest announcements and no-shows. Despite being noticeably scaled-down in comparison to previous years, many in the industry saw TGS 2010 as a return to form after an uneventful showing in 2009, despite the lack of one defining game or moment.

Here are some of the more memorable games of TGS ’10, and a look at how things have changed over the course of an eventful year. (3DS, Industry, Nintendo DS, PS3, PSP, Tokyo Game Show, Xbox 360)

scruffy_bear  +   1393d ago
Can't wait for this years TGS, hoping DMC HD Collection is shown

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