— AUTOMATON（オートマトン） (@AUTOMATONJapan) June 10, 2019
Artist and creative director at Tango Gameworks, Ikumi Nakamura, caused a buzz at the Bethesda’s E3 conference. Nakamura went onstage to announce Ghostwire Tokyo, Tango’s last game. She was excited and showed it, posing for the audiences, cracking jokes, making fans in the audience clap for her all throughout her presentation.
Tango Gameworks also made the games The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2, but Nakamura mentioned in her whimsical presentation that their latest effort, Ghostwire was less of a survival horror game but a paranormal piece with a somewhat creepy vibe. The trailer played was incredibly life-like features a guy with a bow.
Fans loved Nakamura. Her presentation, though brief, was engaging, enthusiastic, and triggered the creation of tons of fan art, gifs and mems, from fans around the world, featuring her in her unique glasses, all-black outfit, and looking fire as hell. We hope she continues to show up on stage as a presenter.
These fan arts are my treasures and make me smile. Arigato ！これは私の宝物たちです。 pic.twitter.com/oBCGPtMRGI
— Ikumi Nakamura (@nakamura193) June 10, 2019
— Álvaro Vello ûwû (@Darkshaduwu) June 10, 2019
A bit late, but heres is my version of the adorable dev @nakamura193
The best of #E32019 #IkumiNakamura <3 pic.twitter.com/Py2vS9fxg6
— LinkDoodle (@Link_Doodle) 2019年6月13日
I couldn't help but smile watching the charismatic and adorable developer, #IkumiNakamura eagerly presenting her upcoming game during E3 😊 pic.twitter.com/zlo6OSTCWe
— Muntun (@Mouhantain) 2019年6月11日