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Namco Bandai to Demo Soulcalibur V, Dark Souls and Much More at London Comic Con

Date: 2011 October 10th Monday [14:35] | Posted By: Joe

Regular readers will know about the London MCM Expo, which is scheduled for Friday 28th to Sunday 20th October 2011. The good folks behind it have sent us details of the games that'll be demoed at the Expo. Namco Bandai will be be demoing Soulcalibur V, Dark Souls along with some Naruto Shippuden and Dragon Ball Z based beat-em-up fun. Many other gaming companies will be there too including 2K Games, Capcom, Nintendo, PQube, Rising Star, Tecmo Koei, THQ, Ubisoft and WB Games
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28-30 OCTOBER - EXCEL LONDON - ROYAL VICTORIA DOCK

Namco Bandai to Demo Soulcalibur V, Dark Souls and Much More at London Comic Con

SOULCALIBUR V, DARK SOULS and a trio of fighting games set in the NARUTO, DRAGON BALL and SAINT SEIYA universes are among the titles that Namco Bandai will be demoing at MCM Expo London Comic Con.

The latest addition to the acclaimed weapons-based fighting game series, SOULCALIBUR V sees new warriors and returning legends clash in an epic struggle between good and evil set 17 years after the events of Soulcalibur IV.

Packed with tense dungeon crawling, fearsome enemies and extreme battles, fantasy action-RPG DARK SOULS is the spiritual successor to the notoriously tough Demon's Souls - and it's just as challenging as its predecessor!

Anime beat-em-up NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM GENERATIONS offers a vast selection of playable characters spanning every generation of the Naruto saga alongside expanded online functionality.

Iconic anime Dragon Ball is also getting a new game, with DRAGON BALL Z: ULTIMATE TENKAICHI featuring a new character creator mode that adds customised fighters to the game's huge roster of DB heroes and villains.

Anime fans will also want to get their hands on SAINT SEIYA: SANCTUARY BATTLE, a gripping new fighting game that sees Seiya and his companions battle side by side over 12 levels to defeat the gold saints and protect Athena.

Other titles that Namco Bandai will be demoing at London Comic Con include RIDGE RACER UNBOUNDED and BEN 10 GALACTIC RACING. Other top games publishers attending the show include 2K Games; Capcom; Nintendo; PQube; Rising Star; Tecmo Koei; THQ; Ubisoft and WB Games.

For London MCM Expo tickets please visit: www.mcmexpogroup.com/store

To stay up-to-date with Expo news, follow www.twitter.com/mcmexpo; www.facebook.com/mcmexpo or visit our website at www.londonexpo.com

Source: London MCM Expo

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