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Australian Gamers are in for a treat in October when the country’s largest video gaming show, the EB Expo 2013, opens its doors at the Sydney Showground in Olympic Park.

EB Games and the Australian gaming publishers are building upon the massive scale of lasts year’s show. Visitors are going to be able to get hands-on with upcoming games from the likes of EA, Ubisoft, Activision and Warner Entertainment.

Not only are Australian gamers going to get a first-look at the hit games of tomorrow, but there’s also going to be a number of exclusive game-related activates adding to the fun.

EB Expo 2013

Ubisoft has announced that scurvy sea-dogs attending the show will have the opportunity to ride the waves, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag style, on a special themed pirate ship ride. Ubisoft’s swashbuckling addition to the Assassin’s Creed franchise will be playable on the show floor with one of the Ubisoft developers in attendance, speaking about his experiences working on the game.

EA Games are bringing a piece of their upcoming The Sims 4 game to the show. Visitors will be able to have a go on the brand-new version of Create-A-Sim for The Sims 4. Offering a level of customisation never seen before, gamers will be able to create their own detailed Sim character.

EB Expo 2013

World of Tanks developer,, is also joining the already massive selection of publishers exhibiting at the expo this year. will be hosting the World Cyber Games Australian National Final on 5th Oct at the EB Expo.

The EB Expo 2013 runs from 4th-6th October 2013 and will be the third EB show open to the public following the hugely successful 2011 expo on the Gold Coast and the 2013 show in Sydney. Tickets are available from Ticketek and over 380 EB Games Australia stores.

EB Expo 2013

Shane the Gamer’s Darren Price will on the ground in Sydney, reporting from the show floor.


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Darren Price

Darren Price

Senior Editor | Feature Writer & Contributor - NZ & AUS at STG
Darren has been playing video games for over thirty-five years and writing about them for the last nine. He has written for New Zealand’s Game Console, both the short-lived print magazine and in the pages of NetGuide. These days he writes for anyone that asks nicely, as well as his own blog

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