NCsoft Meet & Greet in Orange County May 13

Posted Thu, Apr 20, 2006 by Awenyddion

Come out to our second ever player gathering in Orange County to meet your favorite NCsoft Community Relations representatives, try out various NCsoft games, get a free Monster drink, and maybe even win a door prize! Join the fun at Orange County’s Howie’s Game Shack on Saturday, May 13th.

There will be plenty of games, a live DJ, drinks, and a few surprises. Check out all our games including City of Heroes, City of Villains, Guild Wars, and Lineage II. Give Auto Assault and some of our other brand new games a spin!

Anyone can come and best of all, if you are on the VIP list, attendance is free! Here are some further details:

* NCsoft personnel will be in attendance from 7pm – 2am
* A special “NCsoft pass” will be available from 11am until 10pm for the discounted price of $5 to allow attendees to play NCsoft games in the LAN Center (a free Monster energy drink is included!)
* For those on the VIP list, the exclusive, totally free play of NCsoft games begins at 10pm and lasts to 2am!

Space on the VIP list is limited, so RSVP by sending an email with your name and the names of accompanying attendees to [email protected]. Come on down after 10pm to enjoy great games with great company! Please note: if you arrive before 10pm you will need to purchase the special NCsoft pass for admittance.

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