The consumer electronics show Stuff Live started today in London's Earls Court, with a number of new titles being shown to the public for the first time in the UK during the four day event.

SCi's are unveiling their football management title FourFourTwo in the GamesMatrix section of the show, on the FourFourTwo magazine stand, with a special offer which will let you buy the game a whole week before launch.

Elsewhere in the show Microsoft are showing off the Xbox Live network, along with the huge line-up of titles which will be available for this Christmas, including upcoming titles such as Blinx: The Timesweeper, and recent releases including Conflict: Desert Storm.

Nintendo are showcasing their biggest titles including Star Fox Adventures, Eternal Darkness and Super Mario Sunshine on the Gamecube, along with a selection of GBA games including Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3.

Burnout 2: Point of Impact and BMX XXX are on show from Acclaim, and a number of the latest titles are also being shown by Infogrames, and if that's not enough the rest of the hall is packed with gadgets and gizmos which you simply can't afford to miss.

We'll have a full report from Stuff Live 2002 by the end of the weekend, and you can find out more about the event at Stuff Live 2002 runs from today (October 3rd) until Sunday October 6th, with tickets available on the door at Earls Court.