Tokyo Game Show opens with latest trends for global audiences

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Tokyo Game Show kicked off on Thursday with a record number of exhibitors displaying their latest products. 614 companies and organizations from 37 countries and regions exhibited their latest products in the world’s largest game show.

CCTV’s Terrence Terashima reports.

Tokyo Game Show opens with latest trends for global audiences

Tokyo Game Show opens with latest trends for global audiences

Thousands of people flocked to the annual game exhibit in Tokyo. One can always expect exciting visuals, sound, cosplays and glamour at the Tokyo Game Show, as the event regained public interest in recent years.

Thousands of people flocked to the annual game exhibit in Tokyo. One can always expect exciting visuals, sound, cosplays and glamour at the Tokyo Game Show, as the event regained public interest in recent years.

Digital game content market have seen a rapid increase globally in the past, online and mobile games generated billions of dollars and expected to continue to expand.

In Japan, core gamers still use boxed products, but demand for mobile digital contents are increasing year by year.


Kyle Orland on the Tokyo Game Show

For more on this year’s Tokyo Game Show, CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Kyle Orland, senior gaming editor at Ars Technica.