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TGS: Hidden cam of sticking it in Dream Club Zero

Sep 16 // Jonathan Holmes

TGS takes a lot of getting used to. Unlike at PAX and E3, you can't just shoot video of any old game on the TGS show floor. First you have to get a special "Press" sticker from the given game's developer. It doesn't matter that you are there on a press day, and have a badge around your neck that says "Press". You also need a sticker that says Press.

So yeah, f*ck that. If my Japanese was better, then maybe, but as it stands, it's just not possible for me to be collecting all these God damn press stickers.

By sticking my flip cam in my pocket, I managed to score quite a bit of hidden cam footage of games that I couldn't otherwise show you. As such, the quality is even lower than my already low standards, but I think you'll find the content interesting regardless. Case in point; Dream Club Zero. I've never seen anything quite like it. The game is even more blatant than the tentacle love FPS that Dale told you about a few hours ago.

It's pretty thought provoking stuff. I hope you check it out.


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