GAME, the UK’s leading games retailer, today announces the addition of games publisher Ubisoft to the lineup of this year’s eagerly anticipated gaming show, GAMEfest.

Ubisoft will be showcasing hotly awaited releases including Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Just Dance 3, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Your Shape Evolved: Fitness 2. Visitors to GAMEfest will be able to get an early look at these games months before they go on general release across the UK.
The addition of Ubisoft and its diverse range of titles at GAMEfest adds to the growing list of gaming heavyweights, including Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and EA, that will be coming to this inaugural gaming event from GAME, with more exciting announcements set to follow very soon.
GAME UK marketing director Anna-Marie Mason said: “Ubisoft is a fantastic addition to the impressive list of publishers attending GAMEfest. We’re really excited to be giving GAMEfest customers the unique opportunity to be among the first to play a huge selection of soon-to-be-released titles from Ubisoft.”
GAMEfest will run from the 16-18 September 2011 at the Birmingham NEC with tickets available online on the GAME website.
Tickets cost £10 for anyone aged 12 or over and £5 for anyone under 12 years old. To buy tickets, would-be attendees need to own a GAME reward card. If they do not currently own one, they can go to any GAME store to sign up and then go to the website to buy the tickets.
The full list of titles Ubisoft will be showcasing at GAMEfest is as follows;
· Assassin’s Creed Revelations
· The Black Eyed Peas Experience*
· Just Dance 3
· Rayman Origins*
· Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier*
· World Rally Championships 2011*
· Your Shape Evolved: Fitness 2*

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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