We celebrated the FIFTY YEAR anniversary of videogames by unleashing a barrage of PONG systems on our visitors, including a dedicated Odyssey collection.
NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.
Previously at NAVA...
- The last NAVA was held in February 2020. It was a different time!
- NAVA has been running in NJ since 1995, originating at a store called "Videogame Connections" in Howell, NJ.
- It briefly morphed into "NJ Classic" when the Howell store closed down and returned in 2006, shortly after Digital Press Videogames opened.
In This Month's NAVA: We missed 25 consecutive NAVA events due to COVID, it finally feels like it's safe enough to gather again. We all have so much to catch up on. Hopefully the silver lining is that everyone got to play a LOT more videogames while isolating, quarantining, locked down, etc. Bring your story with you along with your skills, because we're going to have as many game systems set up as possible to cram those 25 "lost" NAVA's into one mega event!
Last Saturday was our October Cosplay NAVA. Attendees in costumes competed for the top three costumes and a special "most original" category, all for great prizes! As always, there were game systems set up around the store for everyone to play!
NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter. On June's NAVA, attendees played PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games.
Here are some highlights from this month's Smash tournament. 1st place winner is The Great Gonzalez (Marcus), 2nd is 3D|Wraith (Jalil), and 3rd is Nintoonist (David). Tag your friends!
In our last NAVA, attendees played games that may not look beautiful, but are super fun to play! The arcade game challenge was Exidy's 1980 TARG. Spencer T. put up a high score of 4,470 and walked away with a cool $20!
In last month’s #NAVA, attendees played "side scrolling beat-em-up" games like Streets of Rage 3, Final Fight 3, and Double Dragon III. Chris A. put up the highest score in "Guardians Of The Hood" and won a $20 gift certificate. Mike R. had the best skills in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time tournament!
Here are the highlights from this month's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament. 2namii won 1st place, Deltaforce came in 2nd, and Nintoonist came in 3rd!
In January's "Government Shutdown Edition" NAVA attendees played Tax Avoiders and E.T. on Atari 2600, Missile Command on PlayStation, and Mortal Kombat on SNES. Mathew D. won the arcade challenge in 1990′s Rampart by Atari. Steve L. won the tournament in Tetris Attack's VS mode!
In this month's tournament we reached the 64 people bracket cap. Marcus 'The Great Gonzalez' won 1st place, Jack came in 2nd, and Jorge 'Tokyo' came in 3rd.
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