Game publishers continue takeover of San Diego Comic-Con

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Game publishers continue takeover of San Diego Comic-Con
Big Download reports that many game publishers, including 2K, Konami, NCSoft, Ubisoft, and more, will be exhibiting at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, continuing the trend of game content at the event. We're interested in seeing how the growing game publisher turnout will affect Comic-Con. The convention is already dominated by giant media companies, but, well, game publishers like Activision really like having giant, flashy showings at conventions. Seriously, Comic-Con, if you let these companies get comfortable, they will take over. Pretty soon, the Guitar Hero games will outnumber the furry cosplayers.

To look at it from a more positive perspective, if you're going to Comic-Con, you're going to get to play some free video games. Also, we hope you got your tickets, because they're sold out. We've pulled every game publisher we could find in the exhibitors list, and listed them for you after the break. The Pokémon Company is on the list only because Nintendo wasn't, and there's a chance the Pokémon booth will have games and not just merchandise.
  • 2K Games
  • Activision/ Blizzard
  • Capcom
  • D3Publisher
  • Electronic Arts
  • Hudson Entertainment
  • Konami Digital Entertainment
  • LucasArts
  • Namco Bandai Games America Inc
  • NC Soft
  • NIS America Inc/ Rosen Queen Company
  • Rockstar Games
  • Sega of America
  • Sony Computer Entertainment America
  • Sony Online Entertainment
  • Square Enix Inc
  • Telltale Games
  • The Pokemon Company International, Inc.
  • THQ, Inc.
  • Ubisoft
  • Xbox
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