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F4 and First Kiss booth

Tokyo Game Show (東京ゲームショウ (とうきょうゲームショウ) Tōkyō Gēmu Shō), often abbreviated TGS, is convention held every September at the Makuhari Messe center in Chiba, Japan. The convention showcases all kinds of Japanese games and is open to the general public on the final two days every year.

Voltage had a booth located in Hall 6[1] from September 17 to 20, 2015, showcasing Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss, Princess in the Mirror: Love Palace, and Scandal in the Spotlight.

Event

F4-TGS

L-to-R: Yuya Matsushita, Jin Shirasu, Mackenyu, and Ryuji Kamiyama

During the event, Voltage had actors dressed as their characters from Princess in the Mirror: Love Palace (鏡の中のプリンセス Love Palace () ) and Scandal in the Spotlight (偽りの君とスキャンダル () ).[2] Two men dressed as butlers were placed in the Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss booth as guides to the world of the app.[3]

Yuya Matsushita, Jin Shirasu, Mackenyu, and Ryuji Kamiyama from Hana Yori Dango: The Musical had their first appearance as the F4 at the game show on September 19.[4] They held a question panel that lasted for twenty minutes.[5]

Campaign

Voltage had a campaign titled "Ikemen Battle" (イケメンBATTLE () ), where people would vote for their favorite guy by tweeting at Voltage. The applicants were required to have a Twitter account, and eight were entered into a lottery to win an iTunes or Google Play gift card worth 3,000 yen.[6] Takashi Maeda (前田 剛史 () ) was announced as the winner on September 20, 2015.[3][7]

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