It's worth noting that although it is the largest dedicated gaming event to grace this country, much of the material on offer at Eurogamer has either been covered at other foreign festivals of virtual fun or, in the case of several titles including FIFA 11 and Vanquish, is showcasing games and demos already available to the public.
We didn't want you to miss out on any coverage, though; and so, with that in mind, here's a little refresher post stuffed with links to titles available at Earl's Court this weekend that we've previously covered. Hit the images for the respective links:
Tim Willits and Jason Kim took to the stage at Eurogamer, but their presentation was virtually identical to the one we saw in Germany back in August. You can find Jon's coverage of that here, but stay tuned for an interview with the two creative minds behind the apocalyptic shooter after today.
With queues for the English language multiplayer snaking around all of the way into the Careers Fair, the innovative FPS from Splash Damage has been one of the most popular games of the Expo. We already managed to get hands-on with it a few months back, but stay tuned for our interview with head honcho Paul Wedgewood.
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Retro Studios did phenomenal work with the Metroid franchise and now Nintendo have turned to them again to revitalise their simian mascot. Check out my longer gameplay preview from the Ninty showcase here.
Kirby's Epic Yarn
We've seen many faces, of all ages, light up with sheer joy at the cutesy nature of Kirby's latest adventure. Frustratingly for some, Earl's Court was only privy to the multiplayer mode, but you can check our more expansive preview here. Seriously, this game is like bathing in candy floss. It's utterly delightful.
Metroid: Other M
Don't worry if you didn't get to play it at the Expo, our review will tell you all you need to know about Samus' recent reinvention!
Mafia II had a big presence at the fair this year, with stands well into double figures. It's been out for a few weeks now, though, so don't worry if you weren't able to check it out for yourself at the Expo, our review should help you figure out if it's worth your time and money.