He said "thank you".
A little dorky I know, but well... his whole life story and what he has achieved through his medium is inspirational. His story gives me hope that I one day may be either a respected collegue or respected competitor. Either way I was buzzing.
I also brought up a point that he said was "very good" during the Q&A part about games traditonally shying away from sexual content and the up and coming movies... from the looks of it... won't. What a buzz!
Travelling on the train in to London was def a different experience because of current events... people were def quiter and looking around more. I know I was. My parents, grandparents and friends were mostly saying things like "you sure you still want to go?". I said yeah... because I don't want those bastards to win and spoil everyday life. And in this case a very special day for me... the day I got to meet my hero. Haha!