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London MCM Expo May 2010 reminder

Date: 2010 April 17th Saturday [18:35] | Posted By: Joe

UK based readers will want to head to London next Month for the London MCM Expo on 29th and 30th May 2010. The event has become regular addition to the anime fans calendar. This time around they're going to need your help breaking a world record for largest handheld game console party. Nintendo DS owners will want to be part of the world record!
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The London MCM Expo needs YOU!

The London MCM Expo is looking for gamers to help set a new Guinness World Record for the Largest Handheld Game Console Party, which is currently held by Australia.

All people have to do is attend the show and bring their Nintendo DS (or DS Lite) and a game on 29 May, when the record attempt will be made at noon in the MCM Expo Theatre.

There are no forms to fill on the day, just be there and help make the attempt a success... and as an added incentive, the Expo organisers will be giving out some fabulous random goodies! To find out more and to let us know you will be part of this fantastic world record attempt, please visit www.londonexpo.com/nintendo_ds_guinness_world_record.html

The London MCM Expo already holds one Guinness World Record, having clinched the title of The Largest Gathering of People in Costumes From a Video Game, and it'd be great if we can get gamers out in force on 29 May!

For more information on the London MCM Expo visit www.londonexpo.com


London MCM Expo

London MCM Expo Details:

29-30 May 2010

London MCM Expo the UK's top entertainment event!

London MCM Expo storms back to Excel on 29-30 May with everything you've come to expect from the UK's top entertainment event... and more.

Come face-to-face with your favourite film stars and TV personalities; get hands-on with the hottest new videogames; check out Britain's biggest anime and manga distributors; watch previews of upcoming movies; catch up with the brightest comic book talent and strut your stuff at our famous cosplay masquerade.

Europe's answer to the San Diego Comic Con, the London MCM Expo features hundreds of exhibitors including major movie studios, acclaimed comic artists and world famous videogame developers. And did we mention that kids aged 10 and under get in for free?

This year also sees the London MCM Expo attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the Largest Handheld Game Console Party; so if you're attending the show on 29 May bring along your Nintendo DS and help make history.

Special guests already confirmed for the show include:

Ron D Moore Executive producer on Caprica, also known for his work on Battlestar Galactica, Carnivale, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Joining Ron on the Caprica panel will be the sci-fi show's star, Esai Morales, who has also appeared in popular series such as NYPD Blue, Jericho, Vanished & 24.

Alaina Huffman currently appearing on our screens as Tamara Johansen in Stargate Universe, Alaina is already well know to sci-fi fans for her role as Dunah Lance, aka the Black Canary, in Smallville.

Alongside Alaina will be Stargate Universe co-star, Jamil Walker Smith. Jamil plays Ronald Greer on SGU and has also appeared in Bones, Cold Case & Medium.

P Ryan Coople and Kaleena Kiff and actors Christine Chantelain (Riese) and Sharon Taylor (Amara) from upcoming steampunk epic Riese will be hosting a panel.

Kyle Hebert leading anime and videogame voice artist, most recently lent his voice to Ryu (Street Fighter IV), Kamina (Gurren Lagann), Kiba (Naruto), Vato (Full Metal Alchemist) and Aizen (Bleach).

To find out all the latest news, from special guest announcements to show features, please visit www.londonexpo.com

Tickets from 0844 448 7600 or online at www.londonexpo.com

Source: London MCM Expo

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