Day 1 is in the books.
Day 1 thought didn’t start as smoothly as planned. A supposed sub 1-hr train ride to Makuhari Messe, where the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) is held ended up being 1.5 hrs. We thought, this far-away land should be worth it.
After a thousand or more steps from alighting the train, we finally get to the convention center. When what greets you are the lights coming from the logos of Sony Playstation, Capcom and Konami and Final Fantasy XV all the stress built up from being lost in Tokyo just melted away. Then add the friendly and inviting vibe of the hosts in the show, and what you have is a gaming event that every gamer should check out.
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From the booths, the loot and the babes and most especially the games, no stone was left unturned by the organizers and the exhibitors. Every booth by major game publishers and developers was made with “fun” in mind. It’s not just about playing demos anymore, it’s about experiencing gaming culture at its finest.
If Day 1 was all about getting our feet wet on the big publishers, Day 2 will be all about what stuff you can buy from the exhibit and other games that we think will be brought to our shores. Stay tuned.
Allan Abaca is an avid gamer through and through. Virtually, he is locked-in with his PS4 almost daily and has just introduced the awesomeness of gaming to his two sons.
Next in his sights is PC gaming. The platform which he nows considering going back to after a two decade hiatus.
Oh, and let's not forget the Nintendo Switch...
His psn id is hip2b2