[Update: This post, originally published with the headline, "Playable Splinter Cell and more at Toronto's Gamercamp," has been amended. We have received an email from Ubisoft saying Splinter Cellwill not be playable at Gamercamp. Our apologies for any confusion we may have caused. -Ed]
You know what Canada has a lot of? Game developers. You know what it doesn't have a lot of? Gaming expos. Gamercamp is doing its part to change this. Why not join them on November 3-4?
With playable Splinter Cell: Blacklist andSuper Time Force, the Toronto premiere of the Ace Attorney film, and panels featuring notable developers (Day Z, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Sound Shapes), Gamecamp is coming out swinging with its 2012 lineup. Passes start at $20 and can be purchased now.
Dtoid user Prryjcksn is helping put this event together so make sure to say hi and guilt him into letting you cut lines.
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