Street Fighter V Tournament, April 21st

Friday Night Fisticuffs is our monthly tournament we hold every Friday mid-way through the month, where we have a competition, games set up to play, and most importantly CASH PRIZES!

At our last tournament…

-We held a Super Smash Bros. for WiiU Tournament which so happened to land on St. Patrick’s Day. 
-The Amiibo tournament had special rules for the holiday, it was a Coin Battle & A.C. Mene’s Amiibo Earth Jr. won.
-Our top 3 competitors were Hippo Knight in third, Mr.Zercom in second & Riz was our champion for the night.

See it all in our photo gallery section at the store's website and feel free to comment!

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, April 30th: "NAVA in Space!"

Beware, I live. Run, run. I hunger. Grwah!!!

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, & chatter.

Previously at NAVA...
- In our last episode we celebrated the Legend of Zelda series with ‘The Legend of NAVA”.
-We set-up the ultimate Four Swords Adventure set up with 4 GameCubes with GameBoy Players & portable screens all hooked up to 1 GameCube.
-Our tournament used this ultimate set up for the Four Swords: Shadow Battle tournament & the winner was really the Cuccos but Christian was declared the human winner.
- The arcade challenge was Valkyrie no Densetsu & Chris A. won with 118,980 points, & walked away with a $20 gift certificate as his prize.
- Games & systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

See it all in our photo gallery section at the store's website & feel free to comment!

Street Fighter V Tournament, April 22nd

Friday Night Fisticuffs is our monthly tournament we hold every Friday mid-way through the month, where we have a competition, games set up to play, and most importantly CASH PRIZES!

At our last tournament…

-We had a Super Smash bros. for WiiU tournament, & we had a full house!
-This tournament also marked the return of the Oh-So-Hyped Amiibo Tournament & SavageChu won.
-As for the main tournament T.K.O. took third place, Gunblade took second and Angel Cortez once again walked away our grand champion.

See it all in our photo gallery section at the store's website and feel free to comment!
http://dpvideogames.com/galleries/

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, April 25th: "NAVA on Patrol"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...
- In our last episode, we all got super cute and “kawaii”, with little Prince Upa, Chibi Chun-Li , and Ripple a student of magic.
- Our Pocket Fighter tournament was cut short by a “Swatting” that happened last NAVA.
- The arcade challenge was Bubble Bobble and Chris A. got the high score of 906,070, and walked away with a $20 gift certificate for his prize.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

See it all in our photo gallery section at the store's website and feel free to comment!

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, April 26th: "Rare and Collectible"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...
- In our last episode, in the weeks before Wrestlemania XXX we celebrated our favorite retro wrestling games.
- The arcade challenge was Mat Mania. Some pencil neck geek walked away with a cool $20.
- At the 6pm tournament we grappled with WWF No Mercy for Nintendo 64 and Stephen Sifuentes walked away with the belt! This is one of those rare NAVAs where the winner has been added to the Tournament Hall of Fame located above our arcade machines. Because, No Mercy.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, April 27th: "Vectors"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...

- In March, it was Pokemania at NAVA. Linked Game Boys, Pokemon Stadium, Game Boy Player Pokemon Pinball, even a card table!
- The 6pm tournament was Pokemon Stadium mini-games. In a brother-vs-brother finale, Tommy J won the prize, a foam Friend Pokeball.
- The arcade challenge was Pocket Fighters. Rob Kyo won with a high score of 1,246,400!
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

See it all in our photo gallery section at the store's website and feel free to comment!
http://dpvideogames.com/galleries/

Montezuma's Revenge Game Designer Robert Jaeger at NAVA

We will be joined by a very special guest at NAVA this weekend, game designer Rob Jaeger. Rob is best known in our community as the man who created Montezuma's Revenge, a sprawling multi-screen, multi-platform platformer that both intrigued and tantalized a generation. His present company Normal Distribution LLC will challenge another generation with the IOS release of Montezuma's Revenge! Join us to play the original and new release of the game, check out some of the 80's promotional material that surrounded the game as well as meet the man who made it all happen. Bring your game and he will autograph it!

You can read a full interview Digital Press conducted with Rob a few years back right HERE.

Videogame History Museum Items for Sale

While exhibiting at the Penny Arcade Expo in Boston earlier this month, the boys from Videogame History Museum made a side trip to an independent collector in the area. There were a few items that will be used in the future museum but many, many more that are already accounted for. That fact equals additional product for you in your next visit to the store.

A special cart has been set up when you first walk in, and it's got lots of goodies from various platforms from Atari 2600 to Sega 32X. Stop in and check it out!

NAVA Gamer's Meeting, April 28th: "It's a Jungle Out There"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...
- In March's "NABA", we temporarily changed the charter of our event to board games. Dubbed "NABA" we busted out a few tables and sat around for some pre-electronic fun.
- The arcade challenge was the curious entry in the Pac-Man series called "Professor Pac-Man". Chris A walked away victorious and $20 richer.
- Hungry Hungry Hippos was the 6pm tournament game, and Mike "TonyTheTiger" was the hungriest. You can't make this stuff up.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Pictures tell it best:
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