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QuakeCon 2013 dated August 1-4


12:15 PM on 02.26.2013
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QuakeCon is back this year, coming back to Dallas, Texas this August 1-4. As always, attendance is free, thanks to id Software and Bethesda Softworks. The latter will be showing of upcoming games for the first time there, they say.

For the 18th straight year, QuakeCon will host its Bring Your Own Computer LAN party. You'll never see anything like this anywhere else.

Last year was my first year at QuakeCon. I got to see for my own eyes how thousands of gamers come together, computer in arms, to have a great time.  I had a great time. I'll definitely be back this year. Will you?

QuakeCon will take place in the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. For more information visit www.quakecon.org.






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