Tokyo Game Show remains one of the world’s biggest celebrations of video games and culture, bringing together fans from around the world to enjoy the latest and greatest in gaming.
They also said don't expect any new game footage. Why even go then?
At least they are showing up. Even if they don't have anything new, I think it is important for the big players to support there community events.
Show up just to go to the toilet.
Show up for what? These guys aren't showing anything new. Ive never seen a company so confused on what to do
If they don't have anything big to show stay home. This is coming from a xbox fan/xbox series x owner. I want to be excited for 2022. Bring back mistwalker jrpgs
It's clear E3 they unloaded everything now they're just treading water. They shouldn't attend if they have no new announcements. MS needs to save time and resources for shows they planning on showing stuff at.
Microsoft only like one game show during the year, and that's E3. Rest of the game shows they might even show up, but they aren't really present.
Dont get your hopes up. They aren't announcing anything new or debuts. Its basically Gamescon. They're will be there for the sake of it.
Wasn't there a rumour that microsoft were interested in buying another publisher towards the end of 2021. Sega, Capcom, Square Enix? Tokyo would be the perfect place to announce such an acquisition.
That would be kamikaze for the Japanese developer then.
For gamepass if Microsoft could aquire a Japanese publisher that would help break Microsoft into the Japanese market where they've been lacking. My money is on Sega Yakuza & Persona & Sonic exclusive to xbox gamepass would definitely help microsoft shift hardware in Japan & get quite a few gamepass subscriptions in the process. Tokyo would be the perfect place to announce something like that.
Maybe they partnered with a lot of hentai studios to released a lot of hentai games
The rumour was that the publisher they were interested in was on the same scale as the ZeniMax purchase. I remember reading something about a purchase at the end of 2021.
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