Tokyo Game Show: September 2013

If you are planning a trip to Tokyo for next September, keep in mind the following dates : on September, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22, when the “Tokyo Game Show“, the exhibition dedicated to excellence in the world of videogames, will be open to the public.

What to Expect at Tokyo Game Show 2013

Cloud and social games, the last frontier of videogames, will certainly be among the main protagonists of the event: the dimension more dematerialized of a fantasy world and a strong need to share their own experiences will attract many visitors at the booth theme.

And there will be a large display of smartphones and tablets, which you can use to play your favorite game everywhere.

You will admire many gadgets and the last games, in the intricacies of the 1,600 booths operated by 200 exhibitors.

And if ladies are reading, do not worry: the “Tokyo Game Show” has also thought of you.

Enter the golden “OTOME game area” where an atmosphere glossy, with ribbons and bows of the good life will captivate you and gently take you on a  fabulous tour.

Tokyo Game Show 2013 original banner

Like any self-respecting fair, there will be many entertainment events.

To note the performances of cosplay who, with the charm of their disguises and their attitudes, will catapult you into a magic world.

Various competitions and games to try will be provided to visitors, in order to test skill and mastery.

And if you have kids, do not worry: there is a family area full of events, with amazing video games that will entertain and amuse your children and – why not – even you, their parents.

An event that expects 200,000 spectators for each of whose the organizers aim to satisfy the tastes.

Information You Need about Tokyo Game Show 2013

See all the details you need to know about TOKYO GAME SHOW 2013 below.

Date : Saturday 21 and Sunday 22, September 2013

Opening hours : from 10 to 17

Address : at the Makuhari Messe (Mihama-ku, Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture)

Website : http://tgs.cesa.or.jp/english/

Tickets: 1,200 yen for adults (1,000 yen with presale), free entry only for children up to the elementary school included. Since mid-July you can buy the tickets on the official website of the event – see just above.

How to get there: from Tokyo Station take the JR Keiyo Line and get off at Local KAIHIMMAKUHARI. Takes about 30-40 minutes. From the station Kaihimmakuhari follow these guidelines.

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