Monochrome Mobius demo will appear at Happinet TGS 2022 booth

Happinet TGS 2022 Booth Will Include Monochrome Mobius Demo

TGS 2022 will have a large booth with demos of many games courtesy of Happinet. The company has updated its Tokyo Game Show webpage with details for the 2022 edition. While the company has two official live stream slots, it will be known more for its lion’s share of game demos at its physical booth.

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Happinet has two live streams scheduled on the Tokyo Game Show 2022 official channel. The first one on Saturday, September 17, 2022, will have Gorgeous—a Japanese celebrity known for his pirate-like attire—introduce Melon Journey: Bittersweet MemoriesLittle Witch Nobeta, and NeverAwake. The second stream on Sunday, September 18, 2022, will be dedicated to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.

However, Happinet’s main highlight will be its physical booth at Makuhari Messe. It will include demos of more than thirty games from various publishers that work with the company. Some of the highlights include Monochrome Mobius—the new entry in the Utawarerumono series, Inti Creates’ Azure Striker Gunvolt 3, PlatinumGames’ Sol CrestaNeedy Streamer Overload, and the Hololive VTuber Minato Aqua’s visual novel Aquarium.

Here’s the full title lineup that is available on Happinet’s TGS 2022 webpage as of this writing:

Tokyo Game Show 2022 will run on September 15-18, 2022.


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