AC Brotherhood Takes Centre Stage at Expo


Ubisoft have confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood developers Raphael Dominguez (Ubisoft Annecy) and Mathieu Gagnon (Ubisoft Montreal) will be hosting exclusive Q&A sessions on stage at the London MCM Expo, which closes out this year’s London Games Festival.

Dominguez and Gagnon will be answering gamers’ questions about the much-anticipated actioner, which is released in the UK in November and places the player in the shoes of legendary Master Assassin Ezio in his enduring struggle against the powerful Templar order.

The talks– which will take place on Saturday and Sunday of the MCM Expo at 11am, 1pm and 3pm– will also feature stage fights between professionally costumed Assassin’s Creed characters. Meanwhile, Roger Craig Smith, the voice of Ezio, will be signing autographs for fans over the show weekend.


In addition to Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, games on show at Expo include:

    <*> Disney Epic Mickey (Disney Interactive Studios) <*> Kirby's Epic Yarn; GoldenEye 007; Donkey Kong Country Return and Mario Sports Mix (Nintendo) <*> Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor (EA Games) <*> Marvel Vs Capcom 3 and Sengoku Basara (Capcom) <*> Enslaved; Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom; Dragonball Raging Blast 2; Naruto Storm 2; Pacman Party; Despicable Me and Hello Kitty (Namco Bandai) <*> Super Scribblenauts and Batman: The Brave&Bold (Warner Bros. Games) <*> Gran Turismo 5 (Sony) <*> BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (PQube/Zen United) <*> Blade Kitten (Atari Europe) <*> Vanquish (SEGA) <*> Ivy the Kiwi (Rising Star Games) <*> Two Worlds II (Southpeak) <*> Ongaku (Smashmouth Games) <*> Explodemon (Curve Studios)
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