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Feel the creativity of this year’s Tokyo Game Show

By  Sarah Emler | Sep 12, 2018

The annual Tokyo Game Show is coming up in September.

It is one of the biggest trade shows for game developers, attracting over a hundred thousand people to find out about the newest innovations and products in the game industry. Plus, it is a meeting point for many Cosplayers. An event not to miss and Reuters will be on top of the hottest discoveries.

Be part of it: Feel the flair of the fair

While the first half of the annual Tokyo Game Show is open to industry members and the press only, the actual excitement comes when the general public join on the last two days.

Insiders know the only way to try out the newest games is by showing up early.

The doors open at 10 am, but attendees start queuing up at 5am. Some gather in front of the entrances overnight! Real fans memorize the map of the trade show to save time when doors open.

The world of games is meeting here

Founded in 1996, the Tokyo Game Show is one of the biggest game shows in the world, held at Makuhari Messe convention center just outside of Tokyo.

New games for consoles and mobile will be presented for the first time. As well as virtual reality games and game schools. A wide range of developers uses the venue to launch their new products. This offers the opportunity to try demos before they are on the market.

Be part of the game and dress up

Attend the show, and you are all in.

It is one of the biggest gatherings for Cosplayers so everywhere you go, you have passionate attendees dressed as their favorite characters. You can’t escape the flair of this event. It is an unforgettable experience.

The Tokyo Game show gathers a pool of talented and passionate people, presenting the newest innovations of the game industry for the first time. An event not to miss and the excitement and commitment of the attendees is visible on the coverage.

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