ScrewAttack convention’s Iron-Man of Gaming tournament

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Set to go down in Dallas, Texas on July 2-4 is ScrewAttack’s Gaming Convention, which is three full days of gaming madness. All of your geeky internet superheroes will be in attendance, too. Expect to see folks like the Angry Video Game Nerd, brentalfloss, Keith Apicary from Talking Classics, The Spoony One, Sivak (creator of the new NES game “Battle Kid” and more. Hell, even Uwe Boll is doing a Skype panel at the event.

The biggest event at the convention is their Iron-Man of Gaming tournament. Gamers will compete in 8 games from all consoles, genres and eras. So far, six games have been announced: Crazy Taxi (Dreamcast), Punch Out! (Wii), ‘Splosion Man (XBLA), Ikaruga (XBLA), Tatsunoko vs Capcom (Wii), Halo: Combat Evolved (Xbox). There’s two more that will be announced later. Our friends at ScrewAttack say that these mystery games are titles that have not been released to the public yet. In other words, by being in this tournament, you could be among the first people ever to play these mystery games!

Right now they’re accepting pre-registration for the madness, but that ends June 11th, so you had better get on it.


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