The annual Taipei Game Show (
Organized by the Taipei Computer Association (TCA,
Over 150 companies from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea will be displaying their wares in more than 1,000 booths for the duration of the four-day show. As well as offering visitors plenty of cut-price deals on games and gaming equipment, many of the booths will be stocked with monitors and TV screens where visitors can get the opportunity to try their luck at the latest games.
Whatever your gaming passion -- to kill-or-be-killed, total a high-end sports car or simple amble around mystic worlds solving puzzles -- there is guaranteed to be a booth at the games' show at which you can hone your specific gaming skills.
Some of the highlights of this year's show include Asia Pacific Online's booth where the company will be giving visitors the chance to play its latest on-line shoot 'em up, Survival Project (
Insrea Game Center Corporation will be taking visitors to its latest mystery filled land, when it releases the on-line adventure game Mu. Microsoft will also be on hand with a booth especially dedicated to the X-Box console system and its latest games. Visitors are advised to arrive early at this booth, however, as it attracts large numbers of gamers, many of who spend hours in front of the screens.
The Taipei Game Show runs from today through Monday, Feb. 9 at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall I, which is located at 5 Xinyi Rd, Sec 5, Taipei (