December 5, 2021

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Video games are coming to light this weekend

Video games are coming to light this weekend

The Molitor room in Hyange echoes the sound of levers’ clicks this weekend. On Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24, the city of Hyange will host its second gaming festival there. The first edition took place in 2019. The health crisis made it impossible to hold the event last year.

In the program, a good dose of screens, game consoles and nostalgia. Because the festival is not only aimed at children and adolescents: parents can also find what they are looking for.

This is the strong point of this gaming festival: a place to be proud of Retro gaming. These consoles are unknown to those under 30: Nintendo Ness, Megadrive, Superiness, PlayStation 1, Nintendo 64. For those who grew up with games like the real dive of the past Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros. Name first, or Street Fighter

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Saturday night tournament

The public can entertain themselves on recent consoles such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch. The great classics of video games are in the spotlight: franchises FIFA, NBA, Great tourism, Mario Kart, Taken Where Naruto, Should not be recited by anyone other than them.

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On Saturday evenings, from 6pm to 8pm, a large tournament will be offered, available by reservation Gamers In similar games, prizes must be won with an additional bonus.

And for those who only want to “watch”, products derived from the world of video games are offered for sale at the merchandising stand: posters, toys, etc.

Catering on site. Free admission. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.