Tokyo Game Show 2018’s Main Visual Artwork by Ippei Gyoubu Revealed

If you think E3 is fun, but you're really looking forward to Tokyo Game Show, the official artwork has been released to wet your appetite.

on May 24, 2018 11:49 AM

Today the Japanese Computer Entertainment Suppliers’ Association (CESA) revealed the main visual artwork of Tokyo Game Show 2018.

The artwork was designed once again by Ippei Gyoubu, who also created the visual of all the editions since 2010. You can check out the full image at the bottom of the post.

Gyoubu-sensei provided a comment in the official press release, clarifying that the art has been inspired by the world of eSports, that will be a big theme this year.

Tokyo Game Show 2018 will be held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba between September 20th and September 23rd, with the first two days reserved to media and business attendees as usual, and the last two open to everyone.

Of course, you can expect us to be treading the show floor and all related events in order to provide the best possible coverage.

If you want to see the illustrations from the past years, you can check out the 2017 versionthe 2016 version, and the 2015 visual.

Tokyo Game Show 2018's Main Visual Artwork by Ippei Gyoubu Revealed

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