GameSpot UK Pushes The Right Buttons At London Comic Con – Exclusive Previews & European Debuts

A trio of top titles making their European debuts will be among the awesome roster of games taking to the [email protected] stage at London’s Comic Con on 27-29 May. Capcom’s brilliant SUPER STREET FIGHTER IV: ARCADE EDITION; Atari’s fantasy action game DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: DAGGERDALE and PQube/Zen United’s all-girl fighter ARCANA HEART 3 will all be making their first European public appearances at the show.

The stage, which will be hosted by the GameSpot UK editorial team, will also be giving MCM Expo visitors exclusive previews of some of 2011’s biggest games, including THQ’s RED FACTION: ARMAGEDDON; Square Enix’s cyberpunk action-RPG DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION; Ubisoft’s fantasy shooter CHILD OF EDEN and Electronic Arts’ SHADOWS OF THE DAMNED, a psychological action thriller from Suda 51.

Other great games on display will include Tecmo Koei’s mecha actioner DYNASTY WARRIORS: GUNDAM 3; Namco Bandai’s cult shooter EARTH DEFENCE FORCE: INSECT ARMAGEDDON; horror action adventure LUCIUS; CCG conversion MAGIC THE GATHERING: DUELS OF THE PLANESWALKERS EXPANSION; Atari’s remake of classic title WARLORDS and OKABU, a PSN-exclusive title from the creators of the Rolando series.

And as if all that isn’t enough, the [email protected] stage will also feature a Creative Assembly retrospective of its remarkable strategy game, SHOGUN 2: TOTAL WAR;  a multiplayer tournament for RED FACTION: ARMAGEDDON and a costume competition SUPER STREET FIGHTER IV: ARCADE EDITION. Reserve 27-29 May in your diary for some serious gaming goodness at the MCM Expo London Comic Con, the home of UK pop culture.

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