The EGX London show floor is the heart of the show and will be packed with the biggest pre-release console and PC games. 2013's event saw over 1000 playable consoles & PCs hit the show floor and gave gamers the chance to try out the latest gaming hardware including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Oculus Rift and Nvidia Shield. The EGX 2014 show floor will be the biggest yet, packing even more PCs, consoles & handheld devices onto two floors of Earls Court.
The EGX developer sessions will bring attendees face-to-face with leading game designers as they present their brand new projects. All sessions will be streamed live and will be available to watch after the event via the EGX Twitch channel. In previous years we've welcomed the likes of Hideo Kojima, Phil Harrison and David Cage to our packed auditorium. Expect a similarly stellar line-up for 2014.
The Indie Games Arcade champions the very best games the indie scene has to offer. These titles are often just as creatively vibrant (if not more so) than their big budget cousins, making the IGA a great destination to unearth hidden gems. The IGA is a place to sample artistic curios, quirky releases and indie games on the cusp of greatness. Joe Danger, Proteus and Frozen Synapse are just a few of the outstanding titles to have featured in the past.
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2013 saw the introduction of a dedicated cosplay stage at EGX. There were daily masquerades, prizes for the best cosplayers and panel sessions dedicated to the art of cosplay. Fancy cosplaying at EGX 2014? Check out this amazing video from Sneaky Zebra for inspiration.
EGX London will host a variety of tournaments and competitions complete with awesome prizes. We're planning to build an entire stage dedicated to fighting games and you should also expect the return of the hugely popular Minecraft Hunger Games tournament area managed by our friends at Multiplay. Look out for more information on our tournament plans closer to the time.
One of the most popular features at EGX London, the retro stand is a celebration of 30 years of video gaming, featuring all manner of playable consoles and PCs from every decade since gaming began. Curated and built by the retro gaming experts at Replay Events, this is the place to head whether you want to relive your youth or discover these classic gaming machines for the first time.
Board games made their debut appearance at EGX in 2013 with demonstrators from Esdevium Games on hand to guide visitors through a selection of games that included King of Tokyo, Batman Arkham City Escape and 7 Wonders. Look out for even more board games at EGX 2014!
The GamesIndustry Fair is an area of the EGX show floor dedicated to bringing attendees of all backgrounds closer to the games industry. The show delivers a range of careers, education and industry events, exhibition areas, panel discussions and networking opportunities. Whether you're looking to begin a career in games or if you're a veteran of the industry looking to secure funding for your next project, the GamesIndustry Fair has something to offer you. Look out for a full schedule of GI Fair events, exhibitors and panel sessions closer to the time.
EGX 2013 saw our largest ever retail area with virtually all types of gaming merchandise available to buy. Whether you wanted to purchase games, consoles, peripherals, t-shirts, capture kits, figurines or game artwork, your needs were covered.
There will be loads for visitors to discover at EGX London. 2014 will see a large area devoted to pinball machines, fans of mobile gaming will be able to head to the Modojo stand and we're working on some after show parties and get-togethers for those of you looking to carry on the party once the doors have closed.
We'll be releasing information on all the features listed on this page as we get closer to kick off in September. Check back here regularly to keep up to date or follow us on twitter or facebook for all the latest.