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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will emulate a TV show-esque format and release in weekly downloadable "episodes," and it may not be the only upcoming survival-horror game to do so. Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro are teaming up to make Silent Hills, and Kojima stated at Tokyo Game Show that they are considering an episodic release for the game. Kojima clarified that they are still brainstorming ideas, and nothing is set in stone yet. Would you like to see Silent Hills treated like a TV show, or should it have a more standard release? Sound off in the comments!

There's lots of hype for PlayStation 4 exclusive title Bloodborne, and the fact that it's being developed by the highly successful studio From Software (Demon's Souls, Dark Souls) is a big reason why. Bloodborne launches in February, but a demo for the game is playable at Tokyo Game Show right now, and we've got tons of off-screen footage. If you'd like a good, long look at the gameplay, you can check it out by clicking below!

Tokyo Game Show is in full swing, and that means it's time for the regular "What's up with The Last Guardian?" check-in. The long-awaited title from the creator of Ico and Shadow of the Colossus has been in development since 2007, but we still known relatively little and we haven't seen a new trailer in ages, and we're not even sure which console it's launching on anymore. Famitsu Magazine caught up with Sony Worldwide Studios President  Shuhei Yoshida to see if they could squeeze any news about The Last Guardian out of him, and he gave a vague, but promising answer. Hit the jump to check it out.

Rumors have been circulating since May about an upcoming PlayStation 4 RPG code-named: Horizon. Recently, leaked concept art reached the users of the internet, and it looks absolutely stunning. The pieces of art were posted on the A9VG forums, and while there is no proof that they are authentic, there is reason to believe they are Horizon because of user Shinobi601's description of the game earlier this year.

Click after the jump to see the beautiful artwork and tell us your opinion.

Destiny may not be a PlayStation 4 exclusive, but it is having the same impact as one. With PlayStation-exclusive contentexclusive marketing, and a PlayStation 4 Destiny bundle, Bungie's open-world shooter is moving consoles like crazy. In fact, Sony is reporting that Destiny has sold more units at launch than any other PlayStation 4 game to date, and this past week saw the highest sales of the console since Christmas of last year. PlayStation 4 has topped the charts eight months in a row, and I'm betting the Destiny launch will make that nine in a row.

Final Fantasy Type-0 is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in HD next March, and anyone who buys the game will get access to a demo for Final Fantasy XV. If that's not enough to pique your interest, the Type-0 HD is currently playable on the Tokyo Game Show floor for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and we've got off-screen gameplay footage of both versions. If you'd like a good look at the game, click below!

Upcoming survival-horror game Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will star series veteran Claire Redfield and newcomer Moira Burton (daughter of fan-favorite character Barry Burton) on a a lonely island located somewhere in the distant sea. The duo is kidnapped and locked up in a rundown prison infested with creatures called "The Afflicted," and must survive attacks from the infected. A demo for the game is currently playable at Tokyo Game Show, and we've got footage of it running on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can check it out by clicking below!

PlayStation 4 is off to a hot start, selling over 10 million units and smashing all expectations, and even Sony isn't quite sure why it's selling so incredibly well. How did PlayStation 4 get such a huge early lead over Xbox One, and can Microsoft catch up? Which company will have the better Holiday season and make a splash in 2015? Will see more bundles or price cuts in the near future? Here to tackle those questions is The Pause Menu, a weekly video game podcast team based out of Chicago. Click the link to check it out and join in on the discussion!

Tetsuya Nomura has been a busy man recently. As the creative force behind Kingdom Hearts and a long time member of the Final Fantasy development team, he's had his hands full as the lead director on both Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III, which is part of the reason both games have had such lengthy development cycles. 

Well, his workload just got a little lighter, as Square Enix has announced that Nomura is stepping down from Final Fantasy XV and handing the reigns over to Hajime Tabata (Final Fantasy Type 0, Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII) as leader of the project. One game's loss is another's gain though, as this frees up Nomura to focus on Kingdom Hearts III. Hit the jump for the company's official statement.

Rejoice, Final Fantasy fans! The long wait for a chance to get your hands on Final Fantasy Versus XIII Final Fantasy XV is almost over. Tokyo Game Show is in full swing in Japan right now, and even though Square Enix left it off their list of games they'd be showing at the event, they decided to give fans a treat anyway. 

A beautiful new trailer has been released showcasing the power of Square Enix's Luminous Engine, and the leaked news about a demo has proven to be true. You'll be able to get your hands on a Final Fantasy XV demo next March if you buy Final Fantasy Type-O HD. In the meantime, you can can get hyped for the long-awaited RPG by hitting the jump and watching the new trailer!