NEC Interchannel (1999 Spring)
NEC Interchannel had games for all major platforms, so they divided up
their stage shows into Playstation, Dreamcast, and Sega Saturn.
All of the stages had a magician for the emcee, and he performed some
magic tricks. The magic was very good.
For the Dreamcast stage they had seiyuu guests from the game Sentimental
Graffiti 2. The seiyuu guests also performed some simple magic tricks too.
Also they passed out shitajiki for Mercurius Pretty and With You.
The NEC Interchannel booth was VERY crowded. Since they didn't announce
when the seiyuu shows were going to be (or who the seiyuu were), people
just sat in front of the stage all day.
The schedule for the seiyuu events was as follows.
| 12:30|| Suzuki Mariko, Yonemoto Chizu, Oda Michiko|
| 15:30|| Suzuki Mariko, Yonemoto Chizu, Oda Michiko|
| 11:30|| Maeda Ai, Mannaka Yukiko, Arishima Moyu|
| 13:00|| Suzuki Mariko, Yonemoto Chizu, Oda Michiko|
| 15:00|| Maeda Ai, Mannaka Yukiko, Arishima Moyu|
| 17:00|| Suzuki Mariko, Yonemoto Chizu, Oda Michiko|
| 11:30|| Nishiguchi Yuka, Makishima Yuki, Konno Hiromi|
| 13:30|| Suzuki Urarako, Okamoto Asami|
| 15:30|| Nishiguchi Yuka, Makishima Yuki, Konno Hiromi, Suzuki Urarako, Okamoto Asami|
Although each stage was around 30 minutes, the amount of time that the
seiyuu were on stage was around 10 to 15 minutes.
The seiyuu came onto the stage from a lage box (the magician made
Then they talked a little bit about what their character was doing in Tokyo,
and they did a little magic trick relating to their character's current job.
But they didn't give out any other information about the game.
They did announce that there was going to be a Sentimental Graffiti
related radio show starting on 4/6.
[Tokyo Game Show 1999 Spring]
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