We thought we'd take a break from the previews and news here at the 2010 Tokyo Game Show to show you a bit of what the main floor looks like. If you ask me, it seems that this year's showing is a tiny bit smaller than in previous years. It's not a marked difference or anything, but there seems to be a bit more space to move, and I noticed that the vending section has been worked into one of the main halls instead of its usual separate, smaller hall.
Smaller or not, we're having a great time running around here on the show floor. There's so many hidden gems on the floor, and a lot of the fun is looking around and trying to find them all.
We hope you're enjoying our coverage as much as we're enjoying covering it for you. Stick with us -- there's a lot more to come from the 2010 Tokyo Game Show.
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