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Monday, 29 September 2008 12:28

Activision and Alienware celebrating CoD: World at War launch

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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With a 24-hour gaming event in Melbourne

 

Activision and Alienware are celebrating the Call of Duty: World at War launch and we must admit that they know how to do it in style. These two companies will be organizing a 24-hour gaming LAN on November 8th that will take place at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia.

There will be 100 Alienware PCs and 100 XboX 360 consoles spinning CoD: World at War, but users will also get a chance to test their skills in James Bond Quantum of Solace. There will also be a Guitar Hero lounge with competitions and prizes, girls serving energy drinks and generally lots of lots of goodies.

Some companies, such as ATI, AMD, Razer, LG, Microsoft, etc., (funny, no Nvidia) will have some products displayed, and there’s will also be an “Indoor Lazer skirmish with inflatable killzone tactical course.”

Visitors can already purchase tickets, and those who buy a ticket will get a CoD show-bag containing a hat, self-heating coffee-mug, dogtags, t-shirt, copy of Spiderman 3 (PC Version), etc.

The game is expected to launch on November 11th, so if you want to see it early – this is your chance, and you can buy your ticket here. As for the ticket to Australia, we can't help you there, mate!

Last modified on Monday, 29 September 2008 22:51
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