This weekend’s gaming events may not eclipse Monday’s big celestial event, but we think they still look pretty fun. Check out what’s coming up.
Store Anniversary: Orklympics 2017
11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday, August 19
Games Workshop: Quail Spring Village, 13801 N. Penn, Suite F, Oklahoma City
Games Workshop is celebrating its anniversary with Orklympics! The store will be hosting a variety of Warhammer tournaments including Blood Bowl, The HQ Royal Rumble, Monster Mash, Shadow War, Skirmish and a best of the best 40k. Plus, there will be door prizes, food and a limited edition anniversary model you won’t want to miss. Learn more.
Summer Madness 2017
10 a.m. – 11 p.m. Saturday, August 19
Crowne Plaza Oklahoma City, 2945 N.W. Expressway, Oklahoma City
Fighting gamers: HXC Gaming Events and Game Over Entertainment are hosting tournaments for Smash Bros. Melee, Smash 4, Injustice 2, Tekken 7, Guilty Gear XRD, Street Fighter 3rd Strike and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom. On site registration is $20 venue fee and $10 pot fee. Learn more.
Board Games & Beer at Coop Ale Works
12 – 8 p.m. Saturday, August 19
Coop Ale Works, 4745 Council Heights Rd., Oklahoma City
It’s time again for some 21 and older board game fun! The Oklahoma Board Game Community will have a variety of tabletop games available in the Coop brewery. Beer and food will be available for purchase. Learn more.
Monthly OKGG PC Lan
10 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. Saturday, August 19
Meridian Data Systems, 5940 N.W. 120th Ct., Oklahoma City
PC gamers: Don’t miss out on a good old fashioned LAN party. Bring your own chair, computer, accessories and $10 cash to enjoy casual PC gaming with friends. Learn more.
Have fun this weekend, gamers! As always, this is just a sampling of the gaming events going on around our great state. Check out our calendar to find all the fun and games happening near you.
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I do agree that all these games are the best for the snes,I would however put final fantasy 3 in the top five and replace Mario Kart putting it in the #6 spot instead and moving the others down,the reason I say this is cause final fantasy 3 was the best rpg on the snes in my opinion, I liked it just a bit more than chrono trigger,now as for a link to the past I do agree 100% that it should be in the #1 spot for lots of reasons, it was amazing,its a shame most kids today haven’t played one of the greatest adventure game of all time,great job this list guys,you finally put out a top 10 I agree with.
All these games = fond childhood memories . Nintendo had so many quality games . The 90s was the golden age of gaming. Damnit makes me want to hunt down a snes now .I do have Roms but it’s not the same . … Btw Eye of the beholder was one of the greatest rpgs released for SNES.