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Electronic Arts is set to sponsor the upcoming film festival Sci-Fi-London, where it will showcase big upcoming games Spore, Dead Space and Mass Effect PC.
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath and Steven Spielberg's Boom Blox are also set to appear at the event, which runs between April 30 and May 4 at the Apollo West End theatre.
Festival-goers will be given the chance to see a sneak preview of the company's excellent-looking survival horror Dead Space, along with exclusive trailers before film screenings, and opportunities to get some hands-on time.
It's not been nailed down which games will be playable yet, but upon picking up the blower an event spokesperson told us "most of them" will be available for hands-on time. We've already played Spore and Dead Space, so it sounds likely.
"We're excited to be involved for the first time with SCI-FI-LONDON," said EA marketing man Gary Booker. "Great story-telling isn't limited to the big screen and we'll be at the festival to show that video games offer a fantastic way of telling and interacting with these stories at the same time."
Tickets cost £10 over on the official event website.
Mar 18, 2008
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