Friday, 16 September 2016

National Media Museum Yorkshire Games Festival 9 - 13 November

Coming up at the National Media Museum in November:





National Media Museum



Yorkshire Games Festival
9 - 13 November
The full programme of our first Yorkshire Games Festival is now on sale and it's a unique gathering of industry talent from the region and the best of the rest of the world. The aim is simple: to give aspiring creators unrivalled insight from some of the industry’s highest profile names.

Highlights include:
John and Brenda Romero’s celebration of the greatest videogames ever developed

DJ Yoda’s audio visual extravaganza History of Gaming’

21st anniversary celebration of Worms

In conversation with Charles Cecil, creator of the Broken Sword series

Role-playing legend Warren Spector (Deus Ex) via Satellite

Panel discussions hosted by the Guardian’s games writers Keith Stuart and Jordan Erica Webber

Award–winning scriptwriter Rhianna Pratchett (Tomb Raider)

Family weekend of gaming activity and special guests for all ages (12-13 Nov)

Live Q&A session from Yogscast Presenters Hannah, Caff and HeyChrissa

More than 20 gaming stations plus the famous Games Lounge
All passes and tickets on sale now








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