Not quite everything on the show floor is exclusive material and there's some stuff here that we may have seen before. However, to help those of you out who weren't able to make it we've assembled a barrage of overlapping links to jog the memory...
Playable on the floor of the Expo, Bungie's farewell to the Halo franchise is an epic that's not to be missed. Need more proof? Check out Jon's review to find out why Bungie will be missed.
Def Jam Rapstar
Regular readers will know just how much Def Jam Rapstar impressed us out at Gamescom. Well, 4mm brought their hip-hop revolution to London this weekend, along witha big fat stage and bustling crowds on both days. Whether you've got rhythm or not, here's the reason why Rapstar's making a lot of justified noise.
With both Konami and EA vying furiously for floor space, it's been good to see the public courting both with their sporting attentions. Our FIFA review is on the way, but if you're yet to make up your mind, you can start off with our review of PES 2011 and find out how the series is bouncing back.
Resplendent in 3D, plenty of jaws were hitting the floor at the Killzone 3 stand. If you weren't able to witness the eye-popping extravaganza in person, never fear! Brendan's in-depth preview should sort you right out.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Brotherhood stands were dotted about everywhere for eager gamers to try their hand, but a quick playthrough revealed it was the same multiplayer build we got to see out in Germany. Check out Jon's account of the action here.
Need For Speed Hot Pursuit
With Criterion at the wheel it's no surprise that the new NFS bears a striking resemblance to a slicker, stylised Burnout Paradise...but is that really a bad thing? Hell no! Read our hands-on preview to find out why.