The Tokyo Game Show is going to be amazing this year, when gamespot.com gets everything japanese on us.
2009 Theme: " Game, it's so energetic!"
This year around I don't plan on missing a single thing in this event because I am already ahead of time counting the days for the show. The Tokyo Game Show is to be held at the Makuhari Messe ( Mihama-Ku, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture) which is organized by the Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA) and also co- organized with Nikkei Business Publication Inc (Nikkei BP). There will be alot of support shown by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Japan.
The offical site http://tgs.cesa.or.jp/english/which states that the show will be taking place on Thursday 24 th to Sunday 27 th of September 2009 is open for a 4 days period only, first two days will be open has business days and the last two days will be open for general public respectfully.
Exhibitions may include general areas, game school areas, advance mobile and pc areas which is known to hopefully come with a new look this year. There will also be an introduction in mobile contents, such has games for mobile phones and smartphones alike. People are also expected to see kid areas, sales areas, business solutions areas which are available for all on game show floor.
I am really looking forward to seeing gamespot.com getting more official information on the following things below my list:
1.) A playable version of Final Fantasy Verus 13 on Japanese game floor.
2.) New video content on Parasite Eve: Thrid Birthday for PSP.
3.) Hopefully a new game announcement coming from Capcom on maybe a new Resident Evil 6 title leak.
4.) Definately new details on this new Final Fantasy 14 online game for PS 3 and PC.
Oh man there is so much interesting things going on in my mind about this show :D,That I just really hope that I will not be disappointed in missing out on anything this year at gamespot.com. 8) I wish to go to Japan one day in my life time with a group of friends to see the show live in person. Japanese people have a rich culture which is extremely interesting to learn about, they are also known for their wonderful architecture in buildings and game designs. Anime and Magna is also a very well known pop culture form of entertainment shown by them.
Now that I have this off my chest on my blog, I would guess that it would be a nice time to get my hands on one of those Famitsu gaming magazine from Japan ;). Let us all come together has one and start discussing about everything that we might find in this year's Tokyo game show fellow gamers. The time is now or neverrrrrrr lol. Please come share your thoughts, ideas, opinions and rumour mail intel of this wondertful game show here.
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