Tokyo Game Show 2022 reveals its image for this year’s face-to-face edition

Tokyo Game Show 2022 reveals its image for this year’s face-to-face edition

Tokyo Games event will return from September 15 to 18, open to the public, trying to recover the normality of a few years ago.

Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) has presented the official art for the Tokyo Game Show 2022, which as usual is accompanied by a theme, this time “nothing stops the game” with the intention of showing the appeal of video games from various perspectives for a wide audience. Tokyo Game Show 2022 takes place from September 15 to 18 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. 150,000 visitors are expected, recovering a little the strength of these events after years in danger due to the threat of COVID.

“I’ve tried to use bright colors to create a vibrant and fresh feel,” Kukka says of the image. ” Communicating and connecting with people through games has become a part of our lives . I had an idea to express this emotion with my work, but it hasn’t been easy to show these connections in illustration.”

As of July 6, a total of 465 exhibitors have been confirmed at TGS 22, including 299 from Japanese companies and 166 from outside the country. The Indie Game Selected Exhibit, which offers the opportunity to showcase indie games at the fair, has received a record 583 participants of which 81 have been selected. Platinum sponsors include Sony Interactive Entertainment, Nintendo and Kodansha Game Creators’ Lab .

Face-to-face for the first time in three years

Tokyo Game Show 2022

The TGS suffered the consequences of COVID-19 mobility limitations, although it resisted this problem better than, for example, E3 , which was canceled again this year . The experience of the digital format of the last Tokyo Game Show will be used for this year’s edition, which will continue to offer official programs in Japanese with English translation, and will maintain some of the ideas introduced in the Tokyo Game Show 2021, such as demos and the virtual experience.

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