Regular journalists go to E3 to see unreleased games, meet industry superstars, and eat free snacks at a series of lavish presentations. You know, boring, ordinary stuff. VIPs, on the other hand, get to do stuff like “relax in plush demo pods and become fully immersed in their ever-changing surroundings” while they “define their roles and skillset by equipping weapons, and interact with and adapt to a dynamic in-game environment.” That’s the tantalizing offer from TriplePoint client Gamania, who will be making the North American debut of Core Blaze at a VIP-only E3 event on June 7th.
Apparently, the game was so well-received by US press when shown in its original format, that work began immediately on localizing the game for English-speaking audiences. That audience will be in attendance at E3, so Gamania will be there to be very nice to them. From the press release:
Core Blaze: The VIP Experience will give reporters a break from the busy show floor, as they relax in plush demo pods and become fully immersed in their ever-changing surroundings. Appointments may be limited, but Gamania is coming in full force –- the venue will be transformed beyond belief, designed to reflect in-game aesthetics like changing weather patterns and situational gameplay. The event will also feature a Core Blaze concept art gallery, cosplay, cocktails, finger foods, gigantic weaponry and other undisclosed forms of awesome, with transportation provided from the Los Angeles Convention Center (or downtown hotels) to loftSEVEN for all registered attendees.
To RSVP or receive more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
I don’t know how loftSEVEN is going to manage to have changing weather patterns. I think that kind of technology could benefit mankind outside of a game demo event, but what do I know?