The 35th Amusement Machine Show (AM Show), featuring around 2,000 of the most up-to-date game machines, opens Sept. 20 at Tokyo Big Sight.

Among the machines on display will be a virtual “Lost World: Jurassic Park” game that plunges participants into a dark room, offering a glimpse at the world of prehistoric animals, and a virtual fishing game that tests players’ angling skills using a real reel and rod. In addition, a virtual train game puts participants in the seat of a Yamanote Line train driver. Brake too hard and not only will participants see passengers go flying across the screen, but they be docked a few points to boot.

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