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Memorabilia - Memorabilia 2010

EA and Tecmo Koei to show their wares next week at the Birmingham NEC.

MEMORABILIA – 20-21 NOVEMBER – NEC BIRMINGHAM

Top publishers EA Games and Tecmo Koei have both confirmed that they will be previewing games at the Winter Memorabilia Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC on 20-21 November, the event’s organisers have announced.

EA Games is giving Memorabilia visitors the opportunity to their hands on a pair of eagerly-awaited titles, Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor

Set for a January 2011 release, horror hit Dead Space’s sequel will keep players on the edge of their seats as lone survivor Isaac Clark fights bigger, scarier and more epic battles than ever before aboard an all-new space installation known as ‘The Sprawl’.

Meanwhile, Medal of Honor sees the FPS franchise leave the WWII theatre for the first time for the modern setting of war-torn Afghanistan. Players will take on the role of the Tier 1 Operators, an elite band of Special Forces soldiers who take on the missions that no one else can handle.

Visitors to the Tecmo Koei stand will be able to get up close and personal with Warriors: Legends of Troy, due to hit shelves in February 2011. Warriors: Legends of Troy sees players step into the sandals of the mightiest heroes of legend, as the Greeks and Trojans clash over the fate of the beautiful Helen.

As well as showcasing the latest videogames, the Winter Memorabilia Show gives collectors an unbeatable opportunity to purchase rare collectables and get autographs signed by a whole host of movie stars, TV personalities and sporting legends. The Birmingham-based show is also a great day out for the whole family, with attractions ranging from battling robots to live wrestling!

Visit www.memorabilia.co.uk for further information. 

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