Get that cosplay ready, as there are only two weeks between now and the next London MCM Expo. As per usual there will be plenty to get up to, but let's take a look at the video games and guests that'll be turning up!
Namco Bandai will once again be showing off Ni no Kuni, but this time it'll be shown in the presence of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, a few Dragon Ball Z games and Tank! Tank! Tank!. Of course, they couldn't have the latter game without the Wii U either, and rest assured that Nintendo will be showing off their latest bit of kit (as well as games like New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo Land and ZombiU). Konami will also be there to show off Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, which will be great for those of you curious to see if the nephew of everyone's favourite serpent is all he's hyped up to be.
Ali Hillis will be making a return, who you may know as the voice of Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII), Liara (Mass Effect) or Palutena (Kid Icarus: Uprising). Accompanying her will be Liam O'Brien, who voices Gaara (Naruto), Jushiro Ukitake (Bleach), and most importantly, Asura (Asura's Wrath). Courtenay Taylor will also be showing up, who has leant her voice to games such as Resident Evil 6 and Diablo III, but she is perhaps most famous for playing psychopath Jack in Mass Effect 3.
But hey, there are just too many guests to name. Even if these guys don't tickle your fancy, looks out for cast from Game of Thrones, A Town Called Eureka and The Walking Dead. Oh, Doctor Who himself will also be showing up on the Friday.
You can save yourself having to queue for tickets on the day by booking them in advance, so be sure to do that before you forget! Have a blast if you're going, and why not tell us about your experiences afterwards in a C-Blog? You never know, you might just end up on our front page!
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