There’ll be Foul Play afoot at MCM London Comic Con!
Tuesday, 23rd October 2012 at 11:39 am
First public hands-on for Mediatonic’s Xbox Live Arcade brawler THIS WEEKEND!
LONDON, ENGLAND– There’s nothing like a little bit of Foul Play to add a spice to your weekend– which is just as well, as Mediatonic’s theatrical XBLA brawler is getting its WORLD PREMIERE HANDS-ON at this year’s MCM Expo in London, from October 26th to October 28th at the ExCeL exhibition centre.
Any journalists or bloggers wishing to book time to play Foul Play, chat with the creative team and get a special peek at some EXTRA stuff should contact email@example.com
We’ll have members of the team at the show to talk people through their first experience of the Victorian theatre extravaganza. Playing as the Victorian daemon-hunter Baron Dashforth, you’ll be able to smash, strike, banish and beat your way through hordes of wildly costumed extras as you recount your incredible life story live on stage– watch awe-inspiring scene changes play out before your eyes, fires will rage, pyramids will rise, castles will crumble, and deadly monstrosities will burst forth.
In addition, we’ll also be running a special competition every day of the event– the person to get the best combo that day will win something special. (Basically, we haven’t decided yet okay FINE but it’ll be awesome whatever it is.)
We’ll see you there!
NOTES FOR EDITORS
Mediatonic design and operate digital games that connect millions of players together every day.
Our team of 50 are based in Soho and are focused on large-scale Freemium games, Virtual Worlds, and Cross-platform franchises. Blue-chip companies such as Time Warner, Disney and Microsoft depend on our technology and experience to create scalable content and global communities of game players. Together with our partners in Europe, North America and Asia, we’re working on the next generation of digital games.
Find out more about Mediatonic at our brand new website, http://www.mediatonicgames.com
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