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Submitted by phixion 888d ago | news

Dean "Rocket" Hall at GamerCamp in Toronto

This years Gamercamp happening from 3rd to 4th November in Toronto, Canada will welcome Dean "Rocket" Hall. He will talk about the DayZ Project and the way from DayZ mod to DayZ Standalone game, which will be released in an Alpha version at the end of the year. Dean attended a lot of conventions this summer, but his appearence at Gamercamp will be his first visit in Canada. We hope he will reveal some new information about DayZ Standalone.

Besides Dean there will be a lot of other speakers from the gaming industry. There will be appearances of Patrick Redding (Splinter Cell), Mary DeMarle (Deus Ex), Zach Gage (Guts of Glory) and a lot more. (ArmA 2, Casual games, DayZ, Deus Ex, Next-Gen, PC, PSP, Splinter Cell, Tech, Wii, Wii U)

Bonerboy  +   887d ago
Oh BOY oH BOY Oh BoY....inappropriate boner!!!
phixion  +   887d ago
Oh, okay!

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