Gadget Show Live in Birmingham takes place April 3-7 and those planning to attend will be able to try out quite a few games on the show floor.
Defiance, Star Trek, Grid 2, Remember Me, Resident Evil: Revelations and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen will all playable.
Nintendo will also have Wii U systems for folks to try, and Electronic Arts will have its EA Hub decked out with FIFA 13, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Dead Space 3, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 and Crysis 3.
Other exhibitors include: Namco Bandai, Codemasters, Paramount, Epic Games, Game, Alienware and Turtle Beach.
Epic Games will also be hosting its Make Something Unreal Live tournament, and Game is offering a 10% discount to all Gadget Show Live visitors who buy new games at the show.
eSports will be hosting a 16-team Counter Strike: Global Offensive tournament with a £10,000 cash prize up for grabs to the top teams across Europe as well as a single-day turn-up and play tournament for visitors.
Gadget Show Live tickets will run you £20 at the door or £15.99 in advance.