The Sights Of The Tokyo Game Show

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

Yesterday was the first day of this year’s Tokyo Game Show. It was a business day, which means the show wasn’t open to the public. But here’s your inside look.

Actually, let’s start with an outside look.

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

Now on to the Tokyo Game Show’s innards.

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

Sony, Bandai Namco, Sega, Tecmo Koei, Square Enix and Konami all have huge booths, as you’d expect. Capcom’s booth is, like it is every year, truly impressive.

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

But there are some surprises on the show floor, including a massive PUBG booth, gaming chair booths and a bigger PC presence than in the past.

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

This is also the first time in several years that Level-5 has rolled out a TGS booth. 

Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku
Photo: Brian Ashcraft, Kotaku

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