NextGen Videos Tokyo Access 2005 DVD hits retailers worldwide
November 21, 2005, Gold Coast, Qld. Aust., and Tokyo, Japan - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NextGen Videos (NGV) in co-operation with the Computer Entertainment Software Association (CESA) this week released the next edition of their award winning line of "Access" DVDs, "Tokyo Access" - a comprehensive and in-depth look at the next generation of videogames as seen at the 2005 Tokyo Game Show held at the Nippon Convention Centre in Tokyo in September.
Tokyo Access 2005 (with an all new trailer online at www.nextgenvideos.com/trailer.htm) will retail for the bargain price of $12.95US and will deliver over 3 hours of NextGen gaming content, as well as additional coverage of triple-A current-gen titles for existing platforms, including handhelds. Some of the highlights include:
-- Exclusive interview with Peter Moore, XBOX Corporate Vice President WW
Marketing & Publishing, giving a personal in-depth demonstration of the Xbox 360's user interface
-- Real-time demonstration of Metal Gear Solid 4 for Playstation 3
-- The unveiling of Nintendo's famous controller for the 'Revolution' console
-- Bonus features including Retro gaming in Japan, Two Ji Live at TGS, interviews with developers and Publishers, Hi-Def content and more
Tokyo Access is the Official DVD production covering Japan's largest videogame expo, the Tokyo Game Show (TGS). TGS is the Japanese equivalent of America's 'E3' . This year's Tokyo Game Show was one of the strongest ever with Xbox 360 software & hardware being shown, as well as the debut of real-time PlayStation 3 games. If this weren't enough, Nintendo also chose the acclaimed show to unveil their highly innovative Revolution controller. The Tokyo Access crew was there to cover every angle, every story, every jaw-dropping demo and has compiled it all into an entertaining & informative must-have production for gamers everywhere.
"The next-generation of videogames has arrived - this year's Tokyo Game Show is proof enough of that. With Xbox 360 due to hit stores shelves around the world later this month, Tokyo Access gives gamers a chance to see the latest of what the next-generation has to offer - and it's truly amazing." says Ingmar Lak, Director & Executive Producer of Tokyo Access. "Coupled with the official support of the CESA, owners of the Tokyo Game Show, we are able to gain access to much more than most attendees get to see & we have delivered that content in the now-famous NGV style."
Tokyo Access 2005 is now available at leading retailers worldwide. A regularly updated list of participating retailers can be found at www.nextgenvideos.com/wheretobuy.htm
For more information on Tokyo Access 2005, visit www.TokyoAccess.com
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