NAVA Gamer's Gathering, March 29th: "Pencil Neck Geeks"

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

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, February 22nd: "Snow: A Tribute To Snow"

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, attendees, store personnel and friends and family of Digital Press Videogames celebrated the videogame crash of 1983.
- Systems and computers popular in 1983 took center stage, as did the music and garb of the time.
- The arcade challenge was Roc 'n Rope. Aaron T put up the high score of 32390 and walked away with the $20 prize.
- The 6pm tournament was Mario Bros (not Super Mario Bros) on an Atari 8-bit computer. Gabe D bested the competition for the championship crown.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, January 25th: "The Crash of '83"

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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, attendees, store personnel and friends and family of Digital Press Videogames celebrated the holidays with a traditional "Secret Santa" re-gifting event.
- Someone got a brand new PSP Vita and several games! Someone else got a used "Hip Hop Dance" for the Wii.
- The arcade challenge was Taito's "Water Ski". Chris A walked away with the $20 prize.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, December 28th: "The RE-Gifting Season 2013"

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, NAVA became "Handheld Gaming Expo 2013". Dozens of 70's and 80's dedicated handhelds were put on display and out to play.
- We celebrated the store's first employee Jenn's last week in NJ (though we expect her to visit).
- The arcade challenge was Depth Charge. Devin M walked away with the $20 prize.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Black Friday Sales 2013

Here we go again! This is our NINTH "Black Friday" weekend, and our BEST "Black Friday" sale. We're open 9am to 9pm, see you then!

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, November 30th: "Handheld Gaming Expo 2013"

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 "October Cosplay", the gang dressed up for the holiday. We had representatives for Breaking Bad, Animal Crossing, Clockwork Orange, Steampunk, Ninjas, Angry Video Game Nerd, Hotline Miami, and many more.
- The arcade challenge was "Escape From The Planet of the Robot Monsters" and Chris A nabbed the high score once again walked off with the $20 prize.
- Cards Against Humanity made a return.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, October 26th: "October Cosplay"

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 "How To Take Down A Giant" we explored some of the "little guy" systems that were in a market full of big guys. Epoch Cassette Vision, 3DO, and the recently released OUYA.
- The arcade challenge was Astro Invader and Chris A scored a high 8150 points and once again walked off with the $20 prize.
- The 6pm tournament was BombSquad for the OUYA, Cristian blew up the competition and won the event.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, September 28th: "There Is NO NAVA This Month"

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 "How To Take Down A Giant" we explored some of the "little guy" systems that were in a market full of big guys. Epoch Cassette Vision, 3DO, and the recently released OUYA.
- The arcade challenge was Astro Invader and Chris A scored a high 8150 points and once again walked off with the $20 prize.
- The 6pm tournament was BombSquad for the OUYA, Cristian blew up the competition and won the event.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, August 31st: "How To Take Down A Giant"

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

Previously at NAVA...
- We paid homage to the "second generation" of game consoles, which was the first generation to accept cartridges: Channel F, Intellivision, Atari 2600, ColecoVision and Vectrex.
- The arcade challenge was Pole Position and someone got $20.
- The 6pm tournament was SNAFU for the Intellivison, David R snaked his was to the championship.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Friday Night Fisticuffs: Super Street Fighter IV AE! August 23rd

Get ready to bring your "A game" to the latest high impact fighting tournament hosted by Digital Press Videogames. Last month the heat was intense in our Super Smash Brothers Brawl match-up. This August 23rd, get ready to take the fight to the streets in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition!

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, July 27th: "Second Generation"

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

Previously at NAVA...
- We returned from E3 in June to pay homage to the current generation of game systems: XBox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii.
- The arcade challenge was Vs. Dr. Mario, Chris A once again took the loot with a high score of 110,000.
- The 6pm tournament was PlayStation All-Stars, Mike Rosamilia emerged victorious.
- A new arcade cabinet, DJ MAX Technika 3, was unveiled.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Friday Night Fisticuffs: Smash Bros. Brawl! July 19th

Have you ever wanted to settle a disagreement with a good, old-fashioned throwdown? Have you ever wanted to bludgeon your best friend for neglecting to return the five bucks you lent him? Have you ever felt like throwing your little brother off a cliff for being a sniveling, little, annoying snotball?

Well, you can't. That's murder, and that's illegal.

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, May 25th: "Sega Does"

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

Previously at NAVA...
- In April, it was VECTORS at NAVA. Eight Vectrex systems were arranged to create what we believe is the first all-Vectrex mini arcade.
- The arcade challenge was Star Castle. Chris A won again with a score of 11990, can no one stop him?
- The main screen up front had a playable 47" vector arcade simulator running all day. C'mon... Asteroids Deluxe on a big screen!
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

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