Hey guys, Mary here at TGS 2015, and we're gonna do a show floor.
We're gonna see everything there is to see, and what a better place to start than Konami who's showing off Metal Gear Online.
If there's any good description for the Tokyo game show, it's probably entertainment.
Pretty much every booth here is meant to grab your attention and entertain you for as long as they can possibly keep you around.
Which means lots of flashing lights, lots of colors, and lots of dancing.
[FOREIGN] One of my favorite things about coming to Japan, is the fact that there's So into Attack on Titan here.
You will find products everywhere for Attack on Titan, from the game, to the series itself.
And yes, they are letting you change your face and make you become a titan.
It is creepy.
It's probably more creepy than entertaining.
Let's do it.
[LAUGH] That's terrifying.
War gaming is back and better than ever this year.
They're going big because they have World of Warships that just released.
But they're also showing off World of Tanks.
Also here at TGS is Twitch and I'm here with John Carnage how's it going?
It's going well.
It feels right.
I'm huge out here by the way.
They call me John Zilla not just John Carnage.
What the heck is Twitch doing all the time here?
So we're doing a bunch of stuff right.
As you can see there's Byone one of my favorite musicians For gaming music.
He did PixelJunk Eden, the music for the background stuff.
He's one of the best indie music artists out there, and he's up there talking about a new game that he's working on in collaboration with other the gentlemen, and so, yeah, that typical kind of stuff that you would see on stage, plus a bunch of other cool stuff.
Well, have a good time, John.
We'll see you.
All right, let's keep going.
Another unexpected thing at [UNKNOWN] was [UNKNOWN] with a giant display where he's actually interacting with people.
Let's go check it out.
Oh, it's [UNKNOWN]
He was sleeping when we came over here, and a bunch of people walked up, and he
Stretched and he got up and he came over.
This is the, awesome.
I just wish we had the game.
So reach out and try to pet him.
Looks like we're seeing some Dark Souls 3 at the PlayStation booth.
They're showing off a lot right now.
They've got Bloodborne's new expansion.
I think it's called the Old Hunters.
There's also Gravity Daze, which used to be on Vita, and now it's coming to console.
As well as a few other surprises.
So let's go see what they're showing.
A lot of people were hoping to play Persona 5 at PGS and unfortunately all they got was a trailer.
And a Blade release date, but nevertheless, you can see the brand new trailer for Persona 5 over here being spliced with footage from Odin's Sphere.
Towards the back of Square Enix, you'll see Final Fantasy XIV.
This is the battle arena Heavensward.
You'll see a line all the way wrapped around, and that's because, if you win You're gifted a t-shirt and some in game items.
At the Bandainamco booth which you can see absolutely enormous.
Couple of cool things here they God Eater Resurrection virtual booth where you can see a giant virtual gun and then shoot it It's pretty wild.
I think it's probably more interesting when you're in that booth and you can actually see the 3D replica scale of these massive guns.
And to the right, you'll see a life-sized scale of a Gundam head.
This is a one to one replica of a helmet.
Complete with eye.
Monster Hunter is huge here in the East and they have a massive display for both Monster Hunter X and Monster Hunter Story.
They're a little different.
I've been playing a little bit of Monster Hunter at home, so I'm actually pretty stoked to try this out.
But it only ends up coming to the West much later.
We'll get a quick look here at Phoenix rate attorney six.
The entire booth is a recreation of the court where you actually fight your battles.
At the back of camp Kong we're also showing off Umbrella Corp.
You can get a chance to test out the game in the back in a cage.
Let me in.
Biohazard is actually showing off a real shooting range in order to promote Umbrella Corp.
I can't believe they got permission to have this
It's incredibly intimidating in here but this is exactly where you are able to point out the different pellet guns that they have.
They have them all out on the wall, so you can see what you want and then go ahead and fire at the shooting range ahead.
If you want to see the most spectacular Blue, then you have to go to Grand Blue fans.
Who have recreated a enormous ship.
And they've either stocked it with people head to toe in the most perfect costumes.
They're spectacular, they're gorgeous.
This Star Wars Battlefront booth is pretty much a massive spectacle.
Showing off 64 players and the large 64 player map, all battling it out.
So that's pretty much the entire show floor for Tokyo Game Show 2015.
Thanks for joining me you guys.
We're gonna have lot more to show you guys over the next few days so be sure to stay tuned at GameSpot.
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