The inaugural Rezzed game show, organised by the people behind the Eurogamer Expo (you know, us), happened in Brighton earlier this month.

Eurogamer's Robert "Bertie" Purchese steered a camera around the show to take it all in. Don't say things like "what big ears he has" or "doesn't his chin stick out" or "he's babbling a load of old rubbish". If you're going to say things like that, you're not allowed to watch the video. (And besides, we know.)

Thanks again if you came to Rezzed. The feedback we received has been overwhelmingly pleasant and helpful. We too liked that it wasn't overly loaded or stuffed, and that there was room to talk to the people making the games. Those developers also liked the fact you were a clued-up bunch who took a real interest in their work, which was often very left of field.

You also liked the eclectic selection of games on show at Rezzed: stuff like oddball indie curios McPixel and Baribariball; stuff like Prison Architect and Game of the Show Hotline Miami; and stuff like multi-million dollar projects Borderlands 2, Aliens: Colonial Marines and Far Cry 3, obviously.

In addition to the show floor experience we had two days of presentations delivered by mouths as famous Peter Molyneux, DayZ creator Dean Hall and Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford. We also had mouths like those that belong to the hilarious folk at Rock, Paper, Shotgun.

We're currently looking at stuff to do with the show in 2013. We'll let you know as soon as we're decided.

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Robert Purchese

Robert Purchese

Senior Staff Writer

Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.

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