The_DM, creator of CTF+ and QTracker and BMOC at the Gunslingers clan, sends word of a LAN party within driving distance of my house. Wish I wasn't moving into the house this weekend. :P On July 26, 1997 there will be another Perry, Ohio LAN DeathFest. The carnage begins at 11:45AM and runs for 12 hours. Admission is $10, which gets you pizza and drinks.
It's been a long, strange trip, and it's good to be home. Texas is flat and hot, and way more pre-fab than any other place I've been to, including Florida, which is saying a lot. By now you've probably heard about Denny's being the only restaurant within easy walking distance from the event, to which I can only add: .
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Next up was a gentleman whom calls himself "hyPer" and he runs a web site called In The Pit Rocket Arena Strategy dedicated to...you guessed it...Rocket Arena. Mace Royer was live in the studio tonight. GIRLBOMB is still out sick and the "chatbitch" loonyboi sat in her stead.
Behind-the-Scenes with Thresh, Gamer Extraordinaire: This is definitely one person you'd like to have as a friend than a foe. Dennis Fong, a.k.a Thresh, is a true gamer. He's best known for his 1997 Red Annihilation Tournament victory where he drove away in a red Ferrari, the grand prize. Come meet this amazing gamer and champion.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 1998: Pictures from Marble's house on 1-23-98, 5 CG members made it with only a 5 minute notice that we were having a LAN party!
Let's go back in time to the summers of 1997 and 1998, in Edmonton, Alberta, where inside an airplane hangar we find the flowering of Canada's e-sports scene: Fragapalooza, the biggest LAN gaming competitions in Canada, where the first Canadian Quake champions were crowned.