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MCM London Comic Con Day 2 Recap: Camilla Luddington, Remember Me & a Stealthy Splinter Cell Blacklist
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Yesterday we brought you a sneak peak at our MCM London Comic Con day 1's antics, today is the turn of day 2... and a lot of awesome happened on day 2!

Day 2 started with our fab opening session with Naughty Dog and voice actress, Ashley Johnson, who were on hand to show off The Last Of Us - yes, I know we're an Xbox site, but we're all gamers after all - we then continued the day with our chat with the new Lara Croft, Camilla Luddington; Capcom Producer, Mat Hart, came to show off Remember Me; we got a look at Lost Planet 3; and there was also time for our stealth playthrough of Splinter Cell Blacklist with Ubisoft Toronto's Art Director, Scott Lee. Plenty of awesome to absorb this weekend if you missed it last weekend.

Again, a note before you watch the videos, those of you watching the live stream might have noticed the audio issues - something that was unfortunately a result of our tech not functioning properly with the PA - however, this is something we fixed on the Sunday morning. We have tightened up the audio as best as we can in post for your enjoyment, although it's not ideal at times.

Once again, before I go, if you're in the EU and missed my note RE this yesterday, head on over to our Splinter Cell Blacklist page and enter for a chance to win in our 200,000 Microsoft Points giveaway!

Check back tomorrow for more awesome, including our chat with Mark Meer, AKA Commander Shepard; Explosive Alan's Foddylympics; UK Pianist, Mark Fowler; more Splinter Cell Blacklist; and a Q&A with TT Games' Phil Ring, to talk all things LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.

 

The Last of Us Naughty Dog (and Ashley Johnson) Session

Camilla Luddington AKA Lara Croft Session

Splinter Cell Blacklist Stealth Session with Ubisoft Toronto's Scott Lee

Remember Me Session With Producer, Mat Hart

Lost Planet 3 Session




 
 

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Comment #1 by UltimateBane32
Friday, May 31, 2013 @ 09:35:56 PM
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Splinter Cell looks sweet! Too bad the Ultimate Collection rumor was just thst.


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Comment #2 by Me Far Eastside
Friday, May 31, 2013 @ 11:33:28 PM
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At #1 the 5th freedom edition looks pretty sweet though


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Comment #3 by BackerMan
Saturday, June 01, 2013 @ 12:26:23 AM
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Off topic... looks like Dragon Age 3 will be a exclusive game for Xbox One.


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Comment #4 by cheevo360
Saturday, June 01, 2013 @ 08:16:30 AM
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Good afternoon everyone, this news is first thing to read before I go play games on Xbox 360 lol

So I really exciting for Splinter Cell: Blacklist, The Last of Us, Remember Me and Lost Planet 3 that shows and mention in this. :)

I think Summer 2013 is best retail game releases is Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Pikmin 3, The Last of Us, Rayman Legends and Remember Me. Those is most biggest and important games to watch and play in Summer 2013 Blockbuster. There so many more games between big and not big. But those games I mention is most important.

Remember Me and The Last of Us releases in June then Pikmin 3 in July then 2 Ubisoft's games - Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Rayman Legends in August 2013.

Amazing Summer this year so far then 2012 did because of more numbers of games releases in Summer and lots more excited then last year. :)

Here list of whole game releases in Summer 2013 for consoles.

June 2013:

Remember Me
The Last of Us (PS3)
Game & Wario (Wii U)
Deadpool
Ride to Hell
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation (hope it is release in June since this game got so much delays)
Time and Eternity (PS3)
Dark
Ashes Cricket 2013
MotoGP 13
Tour De France 2013

July 2013:

Pikmin 3 (Wii U)
New Super Luigi U (Wii U)
Tales of Xillia (PS3)
The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief
Dynasty Warriors 8
Smurfs 2

August 2013:

Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Rayman Legends
Lost Planet 3
The Wonderful 101 (Wii U)
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (PS3)
The Bureau: XCOM Declassfied
Saints Row IV
Killer is Dead
PayDay 2
Disney Infinity
Rambo: The Video Game

There lots of exclusive 3DS games in Summer and there no exclusive games for PSVita. But both got multiformat games as well into Summer. I don't own both cos I am more into consoles. :)

No exclusive games for Xbox 360. Microsoft is alway lazier for exclusive games. No Kinect games release in Summer 2013 as well. Lol so funny isn't? But I am glad cos I don't like Kinect but I am kinda disappointed with Microsoft because they didn't planning one or 2 exclusive games for Summer 2013. I knew Microsoft bring some XBLA but what about retail? I am more into retail then downloadable. Nintendo and Sony got some downloadable games in Summer as well.

I really want Microsoft bring more exclusive games for Xbox 360's retail games. Xbox 360 is still my favourite console but Xbox fans and myself want to see Microsoft bring their own games into Summer instead of downloadable. Nintendo and Sony winning in Summer 2013 once again. :):)

Nevermind about Xbox 360 in Summer but I hope Xbox One will be kick off later this year to bring so goods for exclusive games for Xbox One as well I hope Microsoft is better time for next Summer 2014. I not want to see load of Kinect games again. :P

GTA V is just coming after wonderful Summer 2013 is over. I cannot wait for GTA V so far. I getting this on Xbox 360 version of course. GTA V is my top most wanted game in Autumn 2013. I am so much hyped for Summer 2013 retail games and GTA V!! :D


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US August 20, 2013
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