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I'm looking for unique games to be showcase in our gameroom!

Game for example:
Unique and obscure Games:
Muscle March, Slap Happy Rhythm Buster

Bad Games:
Shaq Fu, Street Fighter the Movie

Games we're not looking for:
Any Super Street Fighter IV, Any Smash Bros

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kMGqsfJNby7xvwFqQ-QJmlvchUSvWM7Z2LUv-0D06PU/viewform

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Hi!  This is Craig from Console Gaming staff!  I'm doing a brand new event for FanimeCon's Console Gaming called Demo Dojo Showcase!  It's an event during a con where we showcase a lots of different games within 3 hours and anyone are welcome to try them out.  Right now I'm looking for attendees who has very interesting game to show off!  I'm looking for something wacky like "Muscle March"!  Very obscure like "Slap Happy Rhythm Buster"!  It also can be awful like "Shaq Fu"!  We would love to see other attendee's diverse game taste and share it with many people as possible!  This is the best chance for you to actually "use your own game and console"  for the event.  If you like to join, at least post 2 games at this thread that you "physically own" that you like to showcase and I'll ask for your info by PM.

Q&A

How long can I show each of my game?
For now we will only be showcasing 30 minutes each.

Are there any restriction on what games we're aloud to bring?
Yes for legal reason.  If you don't carry a physical copy or any burned copy games.  We will deny you.  No emulators, Simulator games, Stepmania, Mugen, etc.

Are their a genre we can't submit to showcase?
As much as I like to put as much game as possible.  There’s a limit.  I also shouldn't suggest having RPG games as part of your submission here because it takes a long time to go through the game and doesn't involve or interact other players.

How appropriate the game has to be?
And the game has to be no more than M rated.  No adult rated nor Hentai games.  Depending on the game might be used at a later night slot.

Are you going to be watching over my game and console?
We will watch over your game and console. But please be present at your station at all times unless you need to have someone from staff watch over your stuff for couple minutes (like restroom break).  However you are fully responsible for what happens to your game, controller, and console during the showcase (For example if it's gets damaged, lost, or stolen).   We might also have you sign a waiver before showcasing your game.

If my game is approved, do I still need a badge to get in the Gaming Hall?
Yes.  You still need a badge to participate.

If I just want to stop by and try out other people's game?  What day is it on?  What time does it start?
It actually happens every day.  But for the time is TBD.

If you got any more question just send me a PM.  And I can try my best to answer your question of if it’s okay.
-Craig- FanimeCon Console Gaming Staff

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Ready for some old school type of competitive gaming experince at Fanime?  How about scoring the best score just like old times?  Tournaments getting too overwhelming to wait for?  This is the contest for you!  And you know how different this contest from the other video game tournament?  You can compete in 6 DIFFERENT GAMES!  6 games with 6 prizes, in one huge 3 hour event that anyone can join regardless what they're good at!

Here's the following game we will be using for Tough Gamer's Contest:

Donkey Kong (NES)
Play the classic Donkey Kong game. Get the highest score!
Prize: Gamestop $10 gift card

Muscle March (Nintendo Wii)
Go through the most walls possible!

Taiko Drum Master (PS2)
Get the highest score on "Rock the Dragon (Dragonball Z Theme)" song on ONI


Nintendo World Championship (NES)
You play 3 dfferent games in one go! Get 50 coins in Super Mario Bros, finish the race in Rad Racer, and get the most lines in Tetris. Get the highest score!

Mystery Game #1

Mystery Game #2

Q&A

How does the event work?

Well basically it's a contest that all you have to do is play and set the best record within 3 hours! If you manage to set the record and keep it until the event is over, you win the prize!

Do I have to sign up early to sign up for this tournament?

No you don't have to. Anyone can showup and play to give it a shot. If the game gets crowded I will do a sign up sheet to actually have people taking turns (you also need to let people who haven't tried play). The only time I need your info if you have manage to set the records.

Who do I report to claim that I set the record?

I'll introduce myself at beginning of the contest. But if you showed up later or just last minute. Just find the available staff watching over the stations and make sure the score is visible for us to confirm that you set the record. Then we put your name on our special board.

Are their a limit in how many games I can enter and set records?

There is no limit. You can enter all the games you like. You can try and attempt to set the record on all the games you like. The more you're good at, the more prize you can earn on each game. That's a total of 6 prizes!

How many tries am I aloud to do in one game?

Depending on the game.  You're try as many as you like until you're satisfied on games with your score.   But remember, you have to let other people try it too.  For example, Nintendo World Championship takes a long time that it's preferred that you let other play next.

Do I have to stick around the whole 3 hours?

You don't have to unless you really want to (just sticking around to set records). If you already set up your own record. You're welcome to take a break anytime. But remember, you still need to check later to make sure no one breaks your record so you'll have enough time to keep yours safe.

Are their a 2nd place prize for each game?

Nope. Only one prize for each game.

If I do win. How do I claim my prize?

If you do win. I want you to be present at the close to the end of the contest to claim your prize.

We will update more info for this contest!

https://www.facebook.com/events/449421145186261/

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Live Programming and Events / Gamer Royale 2014 @ FanimeCon Console Gaming
« on: February 09, 2014, 05:12:04 AM »
Ready for a good challenge?  Try out the Gamer Royale tournament!  Players will test their skills by playing different games in each round. Each round varies until conditions are met. So be prepared! You're gonna need all the skill, knowledge, and luck to win this one! There are 5 games total that must be overcome! Here are the following games:

Round 1: Super Smash Bros Brawl
Round 2: Card Captor Sakura Tetris
Round 3: Street Fighter
Round 4: Mystery Game #1
Round 5: Mystery Game #2

How it's played?
I can only give you limited info regarding the rules and how it's setup. Let's use an example from last year's Gamer's Royale so you can get a better idea how it works: First round was Super Mario Bros 1-1 speedrun. Just go finish the level as fast as you can! Second round was Tetris Attack that all you have to do is beat your opponent. Don't expect that it will go as accordingly to plan that the game might be used against you. For example, thinking that you're going to play Tetris against people normally but at the end you're force to use the Wii Balance Board and try to get the most lines. Expect some bad curveball thrown at you!

Is it worth entering?
Heck yes! For all that struggle you had to go through prizes are worth entering! Our last year winner gets to attend Fanime this year for free. Will you be the next winner?

Runnerup Prize: $20 Gift card
Grand Prize: Attend FanimeCon 2015 for free!

When? Day 2 @ 2pm

Even if you don't participate it's worth checking out for the entertainment!  Do you think what it takes to be the best all around gamer of Fanime?

https://www.facebook.com/events/564993430262783/

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Tetris Tournament is back! This time we're trying out other different Tetris Games! Instead of playing just one Tetris game how about 5 different Tetris games! Each round will be a different Tetris Game. Here's the following games:

Round 1: Qualifiers
Tetris (NES)
Type B Level 5

Each player will try to make the best score as possible before clearing 25 lines regardless of whether you clear 25 lines or you fail.  I will give you another try if you fail at your first try.  Depending on the participant  top 16 will advance to the next round.

Round 2:
Tetris Party (Nintendo Wii)
multiplayer vs.

Players will be arrange to play against each other from different group. Players will be determine based on who placed pretty high on each match. No item will be used in this round and all will be done in one match.  The top 8 players will advance to the next round.

Round 3:
Tetris Battle Gaiden (Super Famicom)
2 player mode no counters/powerup

You will face 1 on 1 against each other in traditional Tetris. The only difference in this round is you are sharing a next pattern block. So if you want a straight line block for example, it's "first comes first served". To win you have to outsmart your opponent! Top 4 will advance to the next round.

Semi Finals:
Tetris Worlds (PS2)
2 player vs. round

Get the most line as possible within 2 minutes.

Finals:
Mystery Round
Mystery Tetris Game

It's a secret if you can make it this far!


Do you think you're a true Tetris master? 

When? Day 1 @ 6pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/1448191012078332/

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So I like to ask you which game caught your interest at E-gaming station?

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Live Programming and Events / FanimeCon eGaming presents Tetris Tournament
« on: February 15, 2013, 01:40:52 AM »
We like to announce a very unique tournament that's very different from other related Tetris tournaments.  Instead of playing just one Tetris game how about 5 different Tetris games!  Each round is a different Tetris Game.  Here's the following games:

Versus Round 1: Tetris Party  (Nintendo Wii)
4 player battle
Rules: Depending on how many participants.  Players will be arrange to play against each other from different group.  Players will be determine based on who placed pretty high on each match.  The top 16 players will advance to the next round.  No item will be used in this round and all will be done in one match.

Versus Round 2: Super Tetris 3 (Super Famicom)
Familiss Mode (4 player battle)
The top 16 players will be arranged in the 4 player battle.  The rule is the same as the first round except the only difference in this game is the screen is much smaller than the previous game (Super Tetris is 10 lines long while Super Tetris 3's Familiss mode is 7 lines long) and the long line counter is different.  Top 8 players will advance to the next round.  It will be all done in one match.

Round 3: Tetris (NES)
Type-B Mode Level 9 Height 0 high score
Each player will try to make the best score as possible before clearing 25 lines regardless of whether you clear 25 lines or you fail. The top 4 scores will advance to the next round.

Semi Final: Tetris Splash (XLA)
Vs. Mode
Top 4 player will be arranged in 1v1 battle. Rule is just survive!
Best 2 out of 3 matches.

Final Mystery Game
It's a secret if you can make it this far!
Best 3 out of 5 matches!

When? Day 1 @ 6pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/429677983775231/

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We like to announce a new tournament: Nintendo World Championship Tournament.

This is how the game works:
First phase is you go collect 50 coins in Super Mario Bros
Second phase is finish the track in Rad Racer
Last phase is get the most line as possible in Tetris
You have to get as far as you can and get the most score before the time runs out.

We will be using Nintendo World Championship Reproduction cartridge (No it's not the real thing).  We will be keeping track of your scores.  If you placed on the top 4, you will play the game one last time with a different time setting (I will decide how long to have the game set).

When? Day 3 @ 2pm

http://www.facebook.com/events/334624479970643/

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Live Programming and Events / FanimeCon eGaming presents Gamer Royale 2013
« on: February 15, 2013, 12:51:16 AM »
We're back!  For being our first success from last year we decided to do it again and the tournament will be even more ridiculous!  Players will test their skills by playing different games in each round.  Each round varies until conditions are met. So be prepared!  You're gonna need all the skill, knowledge, and luck to win this one!  There are 5 games total that must be overcome!  Here are the following games:
 
Round 1: Super Mario Bros
Round 2: Bust a Move
Round 3: Dance Dance Revolution
Round 4: Mystery Game #1
Round 5: Mystery Game #2

How it's played? 
I can only give you limited info regarding the rules and how it's setup.  Let's use an example from last year's Gamer's Royale so you can get a better idea how it works: First round was Sonic the Hedgehog 1-1 speedrun.  Just go finish the level as fast as you can!  Second round was Killer Instinct that all you have to do is beat your opponent.  Don't expect that it will go as accordingly to plan that the game might be used against you.  For example, thinking that you're going to play Tetris against people normally but at the end you're force to use the Wii Balance Board and try to get the most lines.  Expect the unexpected.

Is it worth entering?
Heck yes!  For all that struggle you had to go through the prize is worth it!  Our last year winner gets to attend Fanime this year for free.  Will you be the next winner?

Runnerup Prize: $20 Gamestop Card
Grand Prize: Pass to FanimeCon 2014

When? Day 2 @ 2pm

Even if you don't participate it's worth checking out for the entertainment!

Here's the facebook event page if you're interested:
https://www.facebook.com/events/582233398471075/

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Live Programming and Events / Gamer Royale 2012 result and feedback
« on: May 28, 2012, 10:53:15 PM »
Let's congratulate Josef Magdael for being the winner of the Fanime's Gamer Royale 2012 tournament.

If you like to know the 2 mystery game I revealed at the con.  The first mystery game was Brain Age 2 on the Nintendo DS while the final mystery game is Nintendo World Championship 1990 (reproduction cartridge).

For those who entered or watched the event.  I would love to hear some feedback what I can improve this event.  Thanks for making this event happen!

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FanimeCon eGaming presents a new tournament like none other:
Gamer Royale
Fanime Day 2 @ 3pm.

Players will test their skills by playing different games in  each round.  Each round varies until conditions are met. So be prepared!  There are 5 games total that must be overcome! Some luck and skill will  be needed to win and be the best!  Here are the following games:
 
Round 1: Sonic the Hedgehog
Round 2: Killer Instinct
Round 3: Tetris Party
Round 4: Mystery Game #1
Round 5: Mystery Game #2

Runner Up Prize:  $20 Gift Card
Grand Prize:  Next year pass to FanimeCon 2013

I can only give you limited info regarding the rules and how it's setup.  Are you prepared for the challenge?
Even if you don't participate, it's worth checking out especially revealing the Mystery games!

http://www.facebook.com/events/395074697182761/

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Incredible Stuff I can Make / My webcomic: Onitaku
« on: May 05, 2009, 03:06:20 AM »

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Things in the Universe / EGM shuts down, 1up to be dramatically different
« on: January 07, 2009, 09:31:26 PM »
http://blogs.ign.com/kariyanine.cs/2009/01/06/109409/

I was pretty shock and sad at the same time when I read this.

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Anyone else is gonna attend this event this Saturday?

http://www.cosplay.com/showthread.php?t=124309

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Gaming / What game are you competitive on or working hard on?
« on: June 14, 2008, 02:11:33 AM »
Sometimes we're bit serious when it comes to our gaming side.

Right now I'm more competitive on DDR, Guitar Hero, Tetris, and Ouendan/EBA.
But I'm working hard to move up on IIDX, Guitar Freaks, Drummania, Pop'N music.  I somtime work on SSBB and SFIII Third Strike.

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Things in the Universe / How much Japanese do you know?
« on: June 13, 2008, 01:52:38 AM »
I'm curious about how good is your Japanese in general since I only met very few real Japanese attendees spoke Japanese towards me during Fanime and we had a decant conversation.  I'm raised in a Japanese family that I do good enough to have a conversation but still need work on more Kanji and more hard vocabulary.  And I need practice speaking more wit actual fluent people!

EDIT: Sorry guys, since there was a stupid internet fight wit annoying Mikey rude post towards me and my girlfriend, I'm gonna lock this and let this move to the Internet Drama thread.

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Gaming / Result from the IIDX tourney?
« on: June 05, 2008, 07:27:56 PM »
I want to see results since I've missed out.

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Things in the Universe / Happy B-day Rubymoon III!
« on: June 02, 2008, 06:52:05 PM »
Happy B-day RubymoonIII and I love you!

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Things in the Universe / Awesome room party advice
« on: May 07, 2008, 08:58:07 PM »
Alright guys, I would like to know how u guys throw a good room party at cons, so in the future I would like to throw one myself at later cons!

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