The Computer Service Providers Association has revealed the main visual for the Tokyo Game Show 2022.
Kukka explains that the main visual is based on the theme of “Nothing Stops Gaming”, with this year’s event aiming to reinforce the continued appeal of games from different perspectives to the broader audience.
“I tried to use bright colors and bright colors to create a fresh and vibrant feel,” Coca said in a press release. “Communicating and connecting with people through games has become a part of our lives. I had an idea to express that feeling in my work, but it wasn’t easy to show these connections in illustration. It was fun to play with the makeup motifs, which I took inspiration from creating the character in the game” .
As of July 6, a total of 465 exhibitors have signed up for Tokyo Game Show 2022, including 299 from Japan and 166 from abroad, with 1,902 exhibition booths — exceeding the organizer’s initial expectation of 1,500 booths.
The Selected Indie Game Show Project, which offers free screening opportunities for premium games at the Tokyo Game Show 2022 Indie Game Area, received a record 583 entries. After the screening process, 81 titles were selected for the exhibition. Includes platinum sponsors Sony Interactive EntertainmentAnd the nintendoAnd the Kodansha Game Makers Lab; Gold sponsors include iGi Indie Game Incubator; Hardware sponsors include ELSA Japan and BenQ Japan.
Tokyo Game Show 2022 will be held from September 15-18 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan. The Computer and Entertainment Service Providers Association expects 150,000 visitors this year. Visit the newly launched official website over here.
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