We are DtoidEurope, a group for all you Europeans amidst this sea of Americans :-) We've got the benefit of free universal healthcare, so we don't have to be as carefull as those American pansies... Therefor each EuroNARP so far has been a race to see who crashes first, the drunk gamer or the overheated consoles?
Since last year we've even taken over the crown of the biggest gaming event with "GamesCom 2009" which officially had more visitors then E3 and Tokyo Game Show, so to celebrate that we'll be having an organised visit over there to represent dtoid!
If you're from Europe, just join this group, even if you're currently not even thinking about joining in in any events, you never know if one will tickle your fancy and make you change your mind :-) You'd be mad not to join in in our events, you can see what we've done before in the links provided :-)
Last weekend we had a NARP to celebrate my ( mistic ) birthday. We did it at our usual location, to be specific, Teh Lair. It was a great weekend, we started on Friday-evening and kept going until Sunday-noon.
So is this thing on yet? are we ready?
table looks ok, how about the TV's? we ready to go?
What about the Bar-area?
Fridge loaded with 100+ beers?
Fridge topped off with 50+ energy-drinks?
Ok here we go...
There's a very good reason we put the PS3 in the bar-area and you're looking at it right now... GH:Metallica is LOUD :-)
Po0ky has been wanting to give this a go for several euronarps, so I set it up just for him :-)
I always like to think that we provide something for everybody...
3 of the things we're most known for are in this picture, two of which are games and beer...
Wanna try out an X-Rocker? How about 1080°Snowboarding and a Thrustmaster-NGC-screen? How about all 3 of those at the same time?
Or just play a crazy 4-player game?
Or have some downtime from the screens and race some slots?
And here's the table from the first picture again after 24 hours of gaming ( still 16 after that but I was so busy playing games that I didn't take any more pictures )
Overal it was a brilliant NARP... We had 5 people that planned to stay for the whole 3 days and 5 that planned to come for just one night but 2 of the one-nighters ended up staying for the whole weekend, and as usual we had a few people just passing by over the whole weekend.
Just too bad our compo-manager for the big euroNARP couldn't be there since he was too busy becoming a father... Congrats on the baby to Undergod!