seen what ECTS has had to offer I was quite pleased with this
year, as usual though some of the other BIG Games didn't turn
up, preferring to stay in their native countries. Aside from
that it was a good show, lots to see and do with a large amount
of totty in skin tight clothing always on hand to give you a
boost just when you thought you couldn't get boosted anymore.
The show was slightly bigger than usual, with everything from
consoles to sound cards and new technology right up to the very
last few days was on show.
Software (for me) easily held the show, a stand that contained
games with graphics, sound and gameplay to the like not seen
yet. Incoming Forces was simply JAW DROPPING, Hostile Waters
rang to the same tune inside my bladder and Off Road was as
fast and wiggly and fun to play with as a half naked Asian women.
By the way those are all GOOD comments =). ECTS is quite simply
a BIG show with elements of the circus, a party if you will.
It's a lot of fun to go to and you really do need about two
full days to cover everything, we'd have gone for three if we
journey to London itself was fairly strait forward with very
little in the way of problematic traffic, enough to make the
regular traveller drive to London simply because he or she could.
Olympia the venue for ECTS itself actually doesn't look that
nice from the outside, it's an ugly grew/brown building surrounded
by far more up to date architectures. Once inside you don't
tend to notice the poor walls, stairs, floors and roof as the
colourful stands and booths help to lighten your eyes to scope
and detail of the show.
enjoyed our trip to ECTS and as usual we will be back next year,
for now it's back home to the South of England on a hot and