Ikumi Nakamura was the Ghostwire Tokyo Bethesda presenter at E3 that stole everyone's heart.
Ikumia Nakamura won the internet in a mere presentation with her infectious and bubbly attitude. While Ghostwire Tokyo is a horror style game and the complete opposite of the presenter.
Something mysterious is going on in the world of GhostWire: Tokyo, an all-new action adventure game from Bethesda & Tango Gameworks. ? ?? pic.twitter.com/a1DYAMMPp0— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) June 10, 2019
Ikumi Nakamura: Ghostwire Tokyo Presenter at E3 That Stole Everyone's Heart
Ghostwire Tokyo is a new title from Bethesda and Tango Gameworks and brings a new style of horror the genre. Focused on a world when people are suddenly vanishing in Tokyo, Ghostwire seems to have the edgy, dark vibe everyone is trying to emulate in today's horror games.
Ikumi Nakamura, everybody's new crush, is Shinji Mikami's disciple. She's worked as artist for Okami, Bayonetta and as lead artist on TEW. Now she's directing Ghostwire.— Dan Ximenes (@the_ximenes) June 10, 2019
We've just watched a torch get passed down live on #E3 with Shinji introducing her and it warms my heart. pic.twitter.com/OsdU6sEqwm
The gameplay looked interesting and the story in general looks enticing, but Ikumi Nakamura stole the show for everyone.
I will fight and die for Ikumi Nakamura. #E3— Rachel ? #E3 on @Twitch (@SeltzerPlease) June 10, 2019
I highly doubt that Bethesda was planning on Ikumi being such a popular presenter, but it worked out for everyone involved.
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