Tokyo Game Show: Xbox One and PS4 go head to head

19 September 2013 Last updated at 16:28 BST

Gamers will get their first glimpse of the eagerly awaited new consoles from gaming giants Microsoft and Sony at the Tokyo Game Show this weekend.
XBOX ONE stand at the Tokyo Game Show
Gamers will get their first glimpse of the eagerly awaited new consoles from gaming giants Microsoft and Sony at the Tokyo Game Show this weekend.
Tokyo Game Show
Japanese gaming fans will be able to get a sneak peek at Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4, even though neither console will go on sale in Japan until 2014 - far behind the November release dates for Europe and America.
A visitor tries Microsoft Xbox One
Microsoft's Xbox One will go on release in 13 countries, including the UK, on 22 November, while the PS4 is out in North America on 15 November and across Europe on 29 November.
Photographers look at the PlayStation 4
The media got a preview of the show on Thursday. Sony and Microsoft’s booths are huge, with big queues lining up to check out several playable versions of PS4 and Xbox One games.
Visitors play PS Vita TV at the Tokyo Game Show
As well as its PlayStation 4 console, Sony is showing off PS Vita TV. The pocket-size device doesn't have its own screen and connects to your TV. It allows gamers to play PS Vita games on the big screen using a PlayStation controller.
A girl holds a Nintendo 3DS displaying Puzzle and Dragons Z
More than 350 companies are taking part in the event to show off their latest gadgets and games. Puzzle & Dragons Z for the Nintendo 3DS is one of the new games for the handheld market.
Visitors wear Japanese electronics giant Sony's new head mount display
These gamers are trying Sony's latest head-mounted display, the HMZ-T3. The glasses eliminate the need for a TV and are said to make gaming more immersive, although so far they haven't been a big hit in the UK.
Visitors lay on pillows to play the videogame console and tablet holder Goron
What better way to unwind after a long day gaming by lying on Goron, a comfortable console and tablet holder for reclining gamers? The Tokyo Game Show opens to the public on Saturday 21 September.