Super Smash Bros. for WiiU Tournament, June 30th

Summer Smash

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 Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tournament on the new Nintendo Switch.
-Our top 3 players were Smash Bry in third, Shy in second & Sir Alex once again was our champion for the night!
-The top 3 players won themselves some cash prizes!

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, June 25th: NotEnoughGames Expo 2016

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 commemorated the missing mascots that are gone but not forgotten like Earthworm Jim, Bubsy the Bob Cat, & Sparkster the Rocket Knight.
- Frank “The Tank” beat Ninja Gaiden on the Play Choice 10 machine with only $1.50 in quarters & still had time left over.
- Our tournament was Clay Fighters: Sculptor’s Cut for the Nintendo 64 & Paul Solo won.
- The arcade challenge was KiKi KaiKai (a.k.a. Pocky & Rocky) & Aristotle won with 118,950 points, & would have walked away with a $20 gift certificate as his prize if he was there to claim it.
- Games & systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Super Smash Bros. for WiiU Tournament, June 17th

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 our first Pokken tournament and Mins was our champion.
-Mins went on to dominate the Pokken tournament at the World of Nintendo Store in NYC.
-The top 3 players won themselves some cash prizes!

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, June 27th: "Underground"

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 brought back Starcade; TV’s first video arcade game show!
- In our Starcade Gameshow, Team Pompton won first place and NAVA goers J.T. and Brandon won their very own video arcade trophies.
- The arcade challenge was Time Pilot and Christian won with 131,100 points, and walked away with a $20 gift certificate for his prize.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.
 

Super Smash Bros. for WiiU Tournament, June 19th: Friday Night Fisticuffs

Digital Press Videogames presents the return of Friday Night Fisticuffs! We're bringing back our monthly tournaments held every third Friday of every month, that’s usually the week before our other monthly event NAVA. What better game to kick off our return to tournaments than a Smash Brothers game, so we’re having a Super Smash Brothers for WiiU tournament. There will be a normal smash tournament and registration will open the day of the tournament; June 19th at 6PM and the tournament begins at 8PM, the rules of the tournament will be explained below and entry will be five dollars. The top three players will receive cash prizes, based on the size of the total amount of entries.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, June 28th: "Auction Night"

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 celebrated Pac-Man's 34th birthday with a vast swath of games from his history, a mini museum, and cupcakes.
- The arcade challenge was Namco's Pac-Land. Cristian T scored the day's high of 90,740 and won the $20 prize.
- The 6pm tournament was Pac-Man Royal rumble, a 4-player frenzy. Scott L emerged victorious.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Store Featured in Clifton Journal

Clifton was recently ranked 8th in Movoto's "Top 10 List of Exciting Areas in NJ". The article features just 4 photos but the Digital Press store makes up 2 of them. The store was specifically cited by both the paper and Movoto and all of their facts were spot on. Another feather in the store's proverbial cap! 

You can right click and save the picture to your computer, it's actually a full-sized print and much easier to read after downloading.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, June 29th: "Nintendo vs. Sony vs. Microsoft"

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

Previously at NAVA...
- In May, it was SEGA at NAVA. Genesis, Master System, Dreamcast and Saturn all shared the spotlight.
- The arcade challenge was Super Zaxxon, Devin M took the loot with a high score of 25,650. The 6pm tournament was General Choas, Nate Milbank emerged victorious.
- Game Refuge's Brian F. Colin, who designed such hits as General Chaos, Rampage and Xenophobe gave an interactive Q&A interview via Skype.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Friday Night Shoryuken! June 21st

Think you have what it takes to reach the top of the pack? Come to Digital Press on June 21st to compete in a challenging test of skill against a cadre of fearsome opponents to be crowned Digital Press’s Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 champion. 

THE MAIN EVENT:

Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 (Playstation 3) Tournament
3-Round Single Elimination, $15 Entry
Prizes to Top Players
Registration Opens: June 21st, 2013 at 7:00PM
Tournament Starts: June 21st, 2013 at 8:00PM

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, June 30th: "Winter Wonderland"

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

Previously at NAVA...

- In May, we celebrated the year 1979 by highlighting Bally Astrocade, Odyssey2 and Atari 2600.
- The arcade challenge was for the original Space Invaders game. Youngster Murad Arslaner walked away with the day's high score, besting all of the local gaming veterans.
- The Incredible Wizard (Astrocade), better known as Wizard of Wor in the arcade and other systems provided the tournament thrills. Once again, Stephanie crushed the competition.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Pictures tell it best:
http://www.digitpress.com/images/store/

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