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Tokyo Game Show 2011 Quick Recap

Written on September 19, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The four-day TGS 2011 event unveiled new title releases, and interesting game developer's announcements.

The Tokyo Game Show, which was held annually in Japan, is one of the two largest video game expos/conventions being hosted outside the U.S. The other event is the Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The TGS is actually designed to be the best place where game developers from different parts of the globe come together to show off their upcoming games and even console devices.

This year’s TGS event was said to be a success. It was able to host numerous Japanese developers’ game revelations, announcements, and declarations. Aside from this conference, there are also pre-TGS 2011 pressers that were held last week — including the Nintendo’s press conference, wherein most of the upcoming 3DS titles were revealed, and Sony’s pre-TGS keynote, which unveils the official launching date for PS Vita.

It’s undeniably true that the Tokyo Game Show has always been the home to a number of noteworthy game announcements. That said, GADG has put up a brief recap of TGS 2011 for those who weren’t able to attend the actual event.

See the quick recap after the jump.

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