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Submitted by shaneryanTB 1216d ago | article

Special Effect: A Gaming Charity

In the centre of the Earls Court exhibition hall, surrounded by a sea of wide-screen plasma TV’s, interactive violence and scantily clad booth babes, the stand for Special Effect was easily one of the most subdued displays at Eurogamer Expo 2012. It wasn’t advertising a brand, trying to sell a product or holding a competition, and yet it often drew crowds as big as any game at the show.

[Matt Sawrey, Thunderbolt] (Eurogamer Expo, Industry, SpecialEffect, Tech)

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