You'll be able to hear live performances of music from the BioShock, Halo, Castlevania and Final Fantasy series in London this year at the RePlay: Symphony of Heroes concert.


Mass Effect, Portal 2, Journey and God of War will also be represented at the event, which is due to arrive at Wembley Arena on Friday 26th September 2014 following performances in the US and Canada.

The eagle-eyed among you might have noticed that is during EGX London (although the concert itself doesn't start until 8pm, meaning you'll have plenty of time to do both).

EGX attendees can even get 10 per cent off tickets by using the voucher code "EGX" and the cunning password "GAME".

There's more details over on the EGX London blog.

"There's more to RePlay: Symphony of Heroes than just a set list," said creator Jason Michael Paul, who was also producer of the Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour. "The audience is able to recapture the emotional connection they had with each video game not just through the music, but also by reliving their adventures as the hero."

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