Almost all the major game companies have booths set up (Nintendo being the notable exception), but the best one by far is Sony's gargantuan PlayStation experience center in Hall 5, with dedicated sections featuring upcoming titles such as Gran Turismo Sport, Call of Duty: WWII and Detroit: Become Human.
That’s not to say the others aren’t great – other awesome booths you shouldn’t miss are Capcom’s Monster Hunter World booth with its life-sized dragon display and the Biohazard 7: Gold Edition booth's shooting range where you can try out some weapons from the game. As always, lines to try out these demos are long, so we recommend coming at least an hour before the doors open to be one of the first people through.
Of course, besides the announcements, previews and demos of some of the year's most anticipated games, one of the other biggest draws of the show is the cosplay! Look out for the Cosplay Collection Night special event on Saturday at 18:30 (special tickets required, click here for more details) to see some of your favorite game characters brought to life.
There’s plenty of exciting things to see and do at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, but if you can’t make it this time around, don’t worry – you can still follow the event through a whole slew of official live streams. Click here for the full schedule.