The GameStop Expo 2015 held on September 2 in Las Vegas, and it now has an exciting list of celebrities attending it to sign autographs and answer fans’ questions. The list includes some of the big names in the gaming industry such as FINAL FANTASY XV’s Director, Hajime Tabata, as well as Tomohiro Hasegawa, Art Director of FINAL FANTASY XV.
A set of developers and publishers will be there to showcase their upcoming games. Here is some of the names attending the GameStop Expo 2015:
- Hajime Tabata (Director of FINAL FANTASY XV) as well as Tomohiro Hasegawa (Art Director of FINAL FANTASY XV) will be signing autographs at the Square Enix booth (#832) from 10:00am – 12:00pm PDT.
- Seven-time NBA champion Robert Horry and WWE superstar, Dean Ambrose will be posing for photos and signing autographs in the 2K booth, while fans are also able to check out NBA 2K16 and WWE 2K16.
- McFarlane Toys Founder and Legendary Spawn artist, Todd McFarlane will make an appearance in the McFarlane Toys booth from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., and autograph a free Halo poster (while supplies last). While waiting in line, fans can see the latest McFarlane Toys, including construction sets, action figures and statues of AMC’s The Walking Dead, HBO’s Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead Comic, Assassin Creed, HALO, and more.
- Critically acclaimed game creator and visionary, Randy Pitchford, will be at the Game Informer booth from 11:30-12:30 to sign autographs, take photos with fans, and answer questions about upcoming title, Battleborn.
Also Square Enix has decided to use Hitman’s Agent 47 bald look to support cancer patients, and that’s why they will be holding a charity event to donate $47.00 for each head shaved.
Square Enix, HITMAN, and GameChanger are partnering up to put a hit on cancer, and we need you to become Agent 47 and pull the trigger. Come to the Square Enix pop-up barbershop at the EXPO where we’ll shave your head to resemble Agent 47’s iconic bald look. For each head shaved at the show, Square Enix will donate $47.00 to GameChanger Charity and their mission of supporting children battling cancer.
That’s a nice gesture from Square Enix and it looks like GameStop Expo 2015 will be the most successful one since it started in 2012.