The Tokyo Game Show was organized on Thursday, which co-incidentally mainly saw a display of smartphones and tablets in a large number, according to an up-to-date report.
Nothing wrong has been heard. Software for smartphones is seeing a boost since long and cheap downloads and sophisticated gameplay have added to the same. It might be therefore that developers from across the whole world came in showcase their latest products.
The world is already awaiting Apple's new iPhone 5 on display, which is to go on sales on Friday in Britain, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Canada and the United States, as per the findings. The show was held outside the Japanese capital at the town of Makuhari, which also saw latest version of Sony's PlayStation and Wii U by Nintendo.
The smartphone gaming world is on continuous enhancement and thus these products, faster and slicker, could not be imagined out of the show for sure.
Further, Android phone allowing one to download games previously played at shopping mall arcades was there to be seen. "I expect the conventional form of PCs will no longer serve as the main player for game hardware, as they integrate with smartphones and create a new platform", said high-flying mobile phone game provider Gree's president Yoshikazu Tanaka.
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