ECTS takes shape, and so do we

Europe's biggest computer trade show kicks off in less than 24 hours

It's the eve of the biggest event on the Eurogamer's calendar, and as you may have spotted, the site's undergone a bit of a headswap to celebrate. Rest assured that this year's ECTS will more than make up for any past shortfall in publisher presence, and our official coverage will be appearing by the minute throughout the show, from Thursday to Saturday. We'll be sending our scouts into the PlayStation Experience, too, so even if you can't make it in person you'll know exactly what's going on by proxy. If you're not sure what to expect from the show, don't worry! We've disrupted developers and pestered publishers to produce a compendium of highlights. Of course, the best thing about trade shows is that often, the cream of the crop only emerges when we're there in person, so make sure you tune in to find out what's going on. In the meantime, relish these previews of Konami, Capcom, Acclaim, Rage and various indies, and get ready to find out how everything from cel-shaded racers and raunchy skating games to Russian shooters and survival horror updates are shaping up for this year and next. Enjoy the show!

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