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We all know that Keanu Reeves stole this year’s E3 that his appearance during the Cyberpunk 2077 demo, but there’s actually another hero we should all talk about. Most of the presentations from artists and creative directors just make you want to skip the talking part and get right down to watching trailers, but Ikumi Nakamura was the one to steal our attention.
The thing here is that the talent did art for Okami, Bayonetta, and Evil Within, and you just have to admit that her speech during Bethesda’s announcement of GhostWire: Tokyo was so much exciting. She has this Nintendo spirit that makes you believe that she loves games, and this, in turn, makes you want to play her new game.
First of all, her outfit was the best one, but the best thing is that Nakamura is all about charm. Her moves and facial expressions just looked natural, which is pretty rare when it comes to E3. Yes, she was nervous, but she brought a mood that felt like talking to an old friend. She just made us smile — that’s it.
Ikumi Nakamura did art for Okami, Bayonetta & Evil Within. She’s the creative director of Ghostwire Tokyo.
— David Rayfield (@RaygunBrown) June 10, 2019
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Now mix that with the fact that she was responsible for Bayonetta and Evil Within, and you’re ready to wait for the next E3 and her next talk.
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