They skipped the sleepy morning to arrive first on the consoles. At 8 am, Saturday, November 2, at the entrance of the Paris Games Week, the geeks jostle. There are parents gamers and those who watch the clock. “We are five at home and we are five to play”, says a mother all smiles. “We try to limit anyway, because after a while, it's not possible”, believes another, less convinced.
With 300,000 visitors in five days, to test the novelties, you have to take a ticket. Better to be patient. A game of laser game in virtual reality ensures the show in front of thousands of spectators. It is at the corner of the nostalgic that we found the most parents, some almost tear in the eye. Daniel, aka FFVI Man, is a repairer of old consoles. The Super Nintendo he was dealing with will experience a second life.