The first ever Play.com Live exhibition will be held next weekend at the rather new and expensive Wembley Stadium, where thousands of teenage gamers will be allowed to spoil the pitch therefore providing England FA an excuse to why they keep losing in their shit brand of international football. Tickets are divided into morning and afternoon slots and will cost six quid for adults and three for little gamers. Among the games promised to be shown are Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 5 and Ninja Gaiden 2, all of which are unlikely to be playable but who knows?
Konami will also be there refereeing the PES2008 tournament final. Like real professional football, the game is riddled with cheaters and even today news has reached this blog that one of these so-called leading PES gamer has been barred from the £50k competition. Also promising to wow the band of chavs is the actual Aston Martin DBS that will be featured in Quantum of Solace, the second crap James Bond film in three years.
You can get your tickets right here, but seriously, why on earth would you ever want to do that? Oh wait, LittleBigPlanet will be playable? I am so there.