Every Friday a bunch of Destructoid folks get together to play video games. It's true. Things can get confusing when trying to get a lot of people together, so we try to squeeze all the info into one or two places.
We're the blog to organize Friday Night Fights for the Nintendo 3DS!
FNF is a weekly, community-run event where Dtoiders get together to play videogames online! Planning starts in the forums, followed by posts here in the cblogs and on the front page on Fridays. It's easy to get involved, so why not start today?!
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Like FNF itself, this cblog is run by the community, your hosts are listed below:
Good Friday, good people. Not...that particular one, just...it's a particularly nice Friday today and so...never mind. Suck it. Come get your schedule that the 3 of you want to see so you can play with each other.
This week we once again have Heroes of Ruin on the schedule, for anyone eager to try out some co-op hacking and maybe slashing. I hear there's also a whole bunch of loot.
In case you're new to Friday Night Fights, I'll sum it up: It's basically a bunch of Dtoiders getting together to play some games. Pretty simple stuff. If someone has a game that they want to play online with others, it can be posted here or in this blog. That's the easiest way to get a game going. Now, I'm talking about ANYONE. If you have something you want to play, let me or Wolfy-Boey know, and we'll put it in the blog and the forum. Cake.
Just do it like this:
Game: Name of the game. Host: Your Dtoid username/Twitter. Friend Code: It's just easier to exchange friend codes. Time: EST (Eastern Standard Time) Is the...standard around here.
FOR MARIO KART 7 PLAYERS: When playing Mario Kart 7 we will be using community feature to play together. To join us, simply enter the Dtoid community code (For races: 43-8816-8269-4512) and wait in the group. Please try to be patient and wait for other players, as once a Grand Prix starts players cannot join until the entire tournament is finished. Each group can only have up to eight players, but there can be an infinite amount of groups playing at one time in each community. Now, before you try to join a group check how many groups are playing already. If you see one or groups playing, but when you join everything is empty, then the match has already begun. Try leaving and then joining again in a few minutes. An easier way to do all this is to exchange friend codes and spam the "Join Game" feature on your fiend list.
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