In addition, TGS attendees who bought an Xbox One in Japan (systems went on sale there last week) can score a "fast pass token" that lets them cut lines. This token will be distributed to the first 500 people who provide a proof of purchase for the Xbox One, according to a report from DualShockers.
Though Microsoft's past consoles haven't historically been runaway hits in Japan, the company has not lost hope for the region. Speaking with GameSpot earlier this year, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer maintained that console gaming is not dead in Japan. "It's critical for us in the industry that we continue to invest there and see great games come out," he said at the time.
TGS 2014 runs September 18-21. GameSpot will have editors on the ground at the show, bringing you coverage of the Japanese event.