...the press room. Hundreds of media outlets far and wide from across the globe find the means, time and most importantly, the budget, to get themselves to the Tokyo Game Show. Hiding underneath the main staircase which accesses the showroom floor, you will find one special room that serves as the main and only haven to house the world's gaming journalist. The sounds of games, children's laughter and doves crying is replaced with the eternal clacking of keyboards and eerie "Japanese" silence.
Fancy editing, video filters or a bat to the face will not make the following video any easier to watch. Witness if you will, a short I like to call, Press Room Suicide. Staring the latest technology in fold away tables, busted internet routers and ancient crusty power strips. For an added bonus, I made sure to end the video with a bang! I have discovered the easiest way to upset the local gaming press, sparing us all an international misunderstanding that could start the next World War.
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