Hidetaka Miyazaki, director of the recently released Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, from the Souls and Bloodborne series, will be at BGS 2019

Hidetaka Miyazaki, director of the recently released Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, from the Souls and Bloodborne series, will be at BGS 2019

Launched on March 22 this year, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice it was one of the most anticipated games of early 2019. In just 10 days, it sold over 2 million copies, in addition to being the most watched on Twitch on launch day. To the delight of the fans, the game director, Hidetaka Miyazaki, disembarks for the first time in Brazil to participate in the 12th edition of Brasil Game Show (BGS), which will be held between 9 and 13 October at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo.

Miyazaki will be on BGS 2019 on October 9 and 10, he will participate in the opening ceremony and an exclusive meet & greet for just 30 fans. The creator of Armored Core 4 (his first job at From Software) and Armored Core for Answer, director of Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, Bloodborne, Dark Souls III, Déraciné and the newly launched Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, will also have their hands engraved on the Wall of Fame and receive the award Lifetime Achievement Award, an honor already granted by BGS to personalities like Hideo Kojima, series director Metal Gear; Nolan Bushnell, creator of Atari; Cory Barlog, creative director of God of War; Ed Boon, co-creator of Mortal Kombat; Fumito Ueda, in Shadow of the Colossus; Phil Spencer, head of Xbox; Yoshinori Ono, producer of Street Fighter, and Katsuhiro Harada, director of Tekken.

Miyazaki’s story is inspiring and his legacy to the game industry is indisputable. At 29, with no experience in the field, he proved that there is no age to fight for a dream and, since then, he has been creating sensational games. His way of telling stories and his focus on gameplay and more on the player’s skill than on the attributes of the characters make his creations a reference for extremely challenging games”, Analyzes Marcelo Tavares, CEO and founder of Brasil Game Show, an avowed fan of Miyazaki’s work.

In addition to Miyazaki, the largest game fair in Latin America has also confirmed the participation of John Romero, creator of DOOM; Charles Martinet, voice actor of Mario, iconic character of Nintendo, and Shota Nakama, creator of Video Game Orchestra, who, for the first time, will bring his band to Brazil.

For more information about the Brasil Game Show, visit: www.brasilgameshow.com.br.

THE Brasil Game Show (BGS) is the largest game fair in Latin America and one of the largest in the world in terms of audience and area. Held for the first time in 2009, initially as Rio Game Show, in the capital of Rio de Janeiro, has already received more than 1.8 million visitors adding up all editions and currently occupies all pavilions at Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo.

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