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Hi Elliott, This is a great breakdown and very generous in sharing your process and insights, you came a long way from the vending machine days!
Are you planning on releasing the UE4 project to the public? Or only builds? I'd love to play around with it in the editor if possible!
Tokyo Game Show remains one of the top gaming shows in the world. While the first two days of the event are industry and press only, days three and four are open to the public.
The show is on a huge scale with booths from all the major game publishers, console makers and mobile gaming platforms with a few indies and international booths thrown in as well. You can visit booths to play some of the new games or find plenty of other entertainment including one of the biggest gathering of cos-players around.
The theme for TGS2018 is Welcome to the Next Stage. Discover games which make you feel like you’re there, share emotion and excitement with people worldwide over the Internet as you compete and cheer e-Sports as with other sporting events. One of Asia’s largest fairs where everyone can experience such new ways to enjoy games is happening again this year.
The VR/AR Area, receiving attention for its collection of technologies which facilitate revolutionary gaming experiences never available before, now allows exhibition of products and services for amusement only, in addition to game software compatible with VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality), and MR (mixed reality).
TGS started in 1996. It has grown to become an event receiving attention in Japan and elsewhere, with over 600 businesses and organizations exhibiting each year since 2016 and visitors exceeding 250,000 for five years in a row since 2013. This year, it will evolve into an even more global event as we expand our Internet video streaming content so that anyone, anywhere in the world will be able to enjoy it with ease along with those on the venue.