Some Summer Plans.

May 21, 2015

Hi guys. So as mist of you might know, this is the last post of the year. What should I do to make up special? Talk about the summer again? Talk about gaming? What we have been doing in class? Future plans? A made up story? A reflection of the year? Nope. Nothing to special, but I’d like to end my blogging (on this blog) with my interest: gaming.

At first, I didn’t know what I wanted to all about. Competitive? No. My favorite games? Can’t decide. Industry news? Nah. Designs hat seems to be lacking for presentation? Not worth it. But I’ll do a a little mix. I decided to talk about events that are happening. Of course, there are things like E3, a the biggest video game news convention in the world in early-to-mid June. There is the less known SGDQ, a huge speed running charity event on twitch in mid-to-late June, there is EVO 2015, which is the fighting games’ world championships in mid-July, and something less known that I’ll mainly like to focus on. Classic Game Fest 2015.

I’ll try to explain it, but there’s a lot and I left a hyperlink for you. It should be right above this text. Anyway, Classic Game fest is a festival with a lot of old games, accessories, food, music, and some modern stuff too. There is tournaments that I’ll enter, and if you’re and adult it will cost only ten doll spars or so to come in. That’s crazy! The reason why is because there are MANY famous guests. Like a lot. Notable is Howard Scott Warshaw, the guy who created E.T. (The worst game on the Atari and worst of all time) and Adventure (One of the best games on the Atari). I’m really looking forward to that. I’m also looking forward to all the competitive stuff I’ll do as well.

So Thomas, why should I go? You shouldn’t. But I am, and I’ll enjoy my time. What are you guys doing for the summer? Your last chance to comment!

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