Sony Tokyo Game Show pre-show roundup

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The annual Tokyo Game Show is starting on September 17, but Sony has already got a jump-start with their early press conference. Here are few the most notable news that came from it.

Bloodborne's "The Old Hunters"

It comes with no surprise that the successful PS4 game would receive DLC as Sony has announced an upcoming DLC for Bloodbrone. Being described as full scale DLC, “The Old Hunters” will allow players to get a closer look at the hunters who used to thrive in Yharnam

 

PlayStation Now heading to Japan 

Introduced to the United States and Canada last year, Sony is now preparing to launch PlayStation Now in JapanSony’s PlayStation Now is a cloud-based service which allows users to play PlayStation 3 titles. People can access these games trough rental or a subscription service.

 

Gravity Daze port and sequel

Titled as Gravity Rush in the west, the well-received Vita game will be ported to the PS4. A sequel will also follow in 2016 

 

Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue

Having already released “HD” versions of most of the Kingdom Hearts series on the PlayStation 3, Square Enix has announced a rerelease of Dream Drop Distance, previously available only on the Nintendo 3DS. Kingdom Hearts II.8 will also include a new “playable episode” called Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-, which will bridge the story of Dream Drop Distance and Kingdom Hearts III

 

Yakuza 6 announced

Along with announcing the remake of the first Yakuza, Sega has announced a sequel to Yakuza 5, which is now being localized for a worldwide digital-only release, roughly three years after the its initial release in Japan. 

Biohazard: Umbrella Corps

Capcom announces a new game to the Resident Evil franchise titled as Umbrella Corp, a competitive-multiplayer shooter with gameplay akin to what we saw in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. 

New PS4 faceplates and DualShock 4 colors