While Kojima Productions doesn’t have a game demo booth at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, it does have a merchandise booth. You can buy Kojima Productions branded T-shirts, key chains, logo figures and more. The studio sure is good at churning out merch.
One of the biggest booths at this year’s Tokyo Game Show is for Ninjala, a multiplayer action game for Nintendo Switch. The character design and the colour palette are reminiscent of Splatoon, but I wondered if that’s where the similarities end.
Sony are kicking off Tokyo Game Show again this year with their “PlayStation Lineup Tour”, which is shorthand for their pre-TGS conference. And given that their Tokyo conferences are a bit weirder than the usual E3 fare, it’s worth tuning in.