Well, this year, myself and Steve decided not to go the Shadwell DLR route in order to get to the event (probably because we missed… our Lewisham train), and so ended up having to go into Central London and back out from there – however, despite it requiring two changes and getting off at Wapping rather than Shadwell DLR, the journey was comparable to what we’ve done before. Slightly quicker, possibly, this time we were there before 10am. However, we (once again) had the same problem with regards to signage – once out at Wapping station, there was nothing to direct you to the event. However, as it was literally a straight path down Wapping Lane, almost, it was fairly easy.
Continue reading FireHawk Gaming at EGX Rezzed, March 30th, 2017, London
Occasionally I skim through the long list of emails I receive from signing up to the Science Museum’s mailing list, and even more occasionally, there’s something particularly interesting which crops up at the museum.
Continue reading FireHawk Gaming at ‘Power Up’, the Video Gaming Exhibition at the Natural Science Museum, London.
Today, myself and Steve went to the London Gaming Market’s first opening day. The London Gaming Market was held in the Royal National Hotel in Russell Square. We found it easy to get to from London Bridge, with there being both the Russell Square Underground station and several bus routes which stop nearby in Tavistock Square. We both think the location was fairly easy to find walking from Tavistock Square.
Continue reading FireHawk Gaming at the London Gaming Market, 15th November 2015