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Toyko Game Show can be a tease for those of us who rarely or never import and will have to wait months to get a glimpse of some of these awesome games. Other games might never make it here. Nonetheless, TGS can often generate excitement for those who follow it on the web (those who attend must be positively ecstatic!). So, we pose the following weekly poll question:

"Which RPG shown at TGS are you most excited about?"

If you need some background information, see part one and part two of our exquisite TGS coverage and head to the main page to vote!

Last week, in the Portables potential poll, Gameboy came out on top followed by Neo Geo Pocket Color and then Wonderswan. While this might have been predictable, a large percentage said none of the handhelds had any potential...a meager amount said they all did. Check out this poll in the archives.

I bet you think I slaved over this update over the weekend, but the truth is I'm hanging out in Los Angeles right now. I wrote the update earlier in the week, but our music editor Parn is the one posting it! That's right, we go to great lengths to bring you your weekly poll! See you next week!

Date Updated:
April 9th, 2000

Time Updated:
10:09 AM


Stahn Mahn


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