People in Japan have argued that the console gaming market is dying. Whether that argument is valid or not, they now have another piece of ammunition to point to as proof.
One of the problems with Tokyo Game Show 2009 is that the mid-September dates are just too close to the August Gamescom. If the TGS organizers, the CESA, were smart, they'd move the Japanese event to October like in 2008.
TGS is over. *Sniff*. But with the Makuhari Messe now devoid of bright lights, scantily-clad ladies and the sweaty of tens of thousands of Japanese gamers, attention now turns towards the important stuff. Like what won "best in show". Or, as CESA (Japan's ESRB) call it, the "Future Awards", held as part of their…