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What does TGS stand for?
TGS stands for Tokyo Game Show
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- The Global Standard (journal)
- The Good Shepherd
- The Graveyard Shift
- Thetford Grammar School (UK)
- Thomaston Grammar School (Thomaston, Maine)
- Thornton Grammar School (UK)
- Ticket-granting Server
- Ticket-Granting Service
- Tiffin Girls' School (Kingston upon Thames, England)
- Time Generation System
- Tokyo Girls' Style (band)
- Tokyo Girls' Style (dance group)
- Tomato Growers Supply
- Tomographic Gamma Scanner
- Tonbridge Grammar School (UK)
- Topeka Genealogical Society (Topeka, KS)
- Toronto Gymnosophical Society (Glen Echo)
- Tour Guide System (various companies)
- Track Generation System
- Trans-Global Solutions, Inc. (Houston, TX)
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The PS3 Super Slim, a smaller, lighter version of the original console was revealed to the world at the recent Tokyo Game Show.
20 Kyodo The Tokyo Game Show 2012, one of the world's top gaming industry events, kicked off Thursday in Chiba Prefecture, with developers unveiling an increased number of titles for smart phones, at a time when sales of console games are slowing.
Nearly 200 hardware and software makers gathered for the four-day Tokyo Game Show at Makuhari Messe convention hall, where gamers had their first chance to try out Sony's next generation Vita console.
President Satoru Iwata unveiled what he said was an unprecedented range of games, including some featuring the company's much-loved Mario character and others specifically aimed at attracting women, at an event held two days ahead of the Tokyo Game Show.
That s more than any game, any movie, any entertainment experience that was launched in 2010," Phil Spencer, vice president of Microsoft Game Studios, told the audience at the Tokyo Game Show about the "Halo: Reach" debut.
If you're wondering what the gaming future beyond the Wii might hold, check out the site of the just concluded Tokyo Game Show 2009 at http://tgs.
Sony meanwhile launched its own salvo in the console war with an announcement on the opening day of the Tokyo Game Show that it would start selling a motion-sensitive controller for the PlayStation 3 early next year.