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Gallery: Tokyo Game Show 2013 public day

9:30 AM on 09.22.2013 // Dale North
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Piles of people

Here's a collection of photos from this weekend's super packed Tokyo Game Show public days. In our gallery you'll see the droves of sweaty human bodies lined up to play the latest games. 

The most popular games were for next-gen systems. Knack, Titanfall, Deep Down, Crimson Dragon, and many others had lines with waits over 1.5 hours. Yakuza Ishin drew huge crowds despite just being a video. Sony easily had the biggest and busiest booth this year, with people poking around to see the new Vita hardware as well as all the new games. 

In the gallery you'll also find some images from the sales floor, the family corner, the new indie game area, and other locations set up in Makuhari Messe this weekend. 

We still have TGS coverage lined up for you. Stay tuned. 

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