RWX is pleased to announce that Underworld Gamez and Great Value Smash will be our main tournament organizers. Special thanks to Matthew Dryzzen Beverley at Underworld Gamez and Justin Mills with Great Value Smash for being a part of this year’s show and hosting our competitive Smash Tournaments
Underworld Gamez and Great Value Smash are two of the top tournament organizers in New England and are involved in not just Smash tournaments but hosting events for the entire fighting game community.
The Smash Tournaments will showcase some of the top players in the region, live streaming and professional commentators! Stay tuned for more info on this and other upcoming tournament announcements.
Instate players: LingLing, Light, SIN | Glare, Nelvin, SIN | Scot!, Zodi, D, FP Chavo, Don, FP | Kogarasuma, Sage, GH | Tony Pajamas, Xion, Nevvy, Mr. Freeze, UG Actual Garbage, UG Baroness, TRL, Kiwi and more.
Pot Bonuses: TBA
Events: Smash Wii U Singles Smash Wii U Doubles Melee Singles
14 years ago today, Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Microgame$ was released in North America for the Game Boy Advance.
The objective is to clear multiple stages by rushing through dozens of minigames, which last just a few seconds each. The minigames range from sports to silly to quick versions of popular NES classics.
This game would go on to evolve into a series, which would see entries for the Gamecube, Nintendo DS, Wii, and other platforms.
23 years ago today, Blockbuster Video launched sign-ups for its second World Video Game Championship.
There were competitions for the Super NES and SEGA Genesis platforms. On the Super NES side, the competition games were NBA Jam, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, and Clay Fighter: Tournament Edition. On the Genesis side, NBA Jam, Sonic the Hedgehog 3, and Virtua Racing were the competition games.
We still have plenty of announcements to make for this year's show, including more tournaments, our guest and panels lineups, musical performances, and lineups for our Arcade and Console Gaming Zones... just to name a few things that we're working on and finalizing.
You don't want to miss this year's show, with tons more floor space at the Connecticut Convention Center. #BiggerBetterRadder is what we're working to achieve, and we can't wait to have you see it firsthand October 14th and 15th. ... See MoreSee Less