Welcome to another edition of Destructoid's Friday Night Fights!
It's that time of the year again; the time when everyone and their Hamza heads to Boston for a weekend of partying and hugging and they all leave me behind. But it's OK. I'm not bitter. How could I be! I have all you wonderful FNFers to keep me company!
Wait... what's that? You're all gone, too! Well screw you!
New to FNF? Read this! Each week, a bunch of us Dtoiders get together to play videogames online! It's a 100% community-run event, so feel free to join in or even host something yourself!
The planning for FNF starts in the forums, where community members sign up to host matches and post their pertinent details (game, time, Gamertag, etc.). Then, every Friday, reminder posts go up in the community blogs thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, and I recap it all here on the front page to give it a bit more exposure.
To join in, simply send a friend request to the match host! If you'd rather host something yourself, sound off in the comments section below!
[Thanks to ChillyBilly for all these headers!]
Free this weekend? Why not sign up to host something for Weekend Warriors?! It's like Friday Night Fights all weekend long! There's nothing on the schedule so far, so sign up in the comments or Forum thread if you're interested!
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