Under the weather (2)

October 15, 2009 at 2:45 pm Leave a comment

Man I hate this time of year.  Colds and flu are flying around and I have a couple of germ carriers living in the house, my kids.  The cold that I came down with has turned into bronchitis.  Thanks to the visit to the doctor I should be back on my feet soon.  I have more joysticks to finish and a few others to get started.   Plus I finally got the artwork corrected for my personal joystick.

I want to get my stick finished soon because there is a local tournament that is on November 14th.  Here is some information:

In collaboration with Trucoudy and Rising Sun Promotions we would like to bring you the first big Street Fighter tourney in Des Moines. Why “Redemption” you ask? Rising Sun ran their first Street Fighter tournament on August 3rd and a lot of participants and friends of Rising Sun want a second chance at victory.

November 14th starting at 1pm

615 3rd Street
Des Moines, IA 50309
Phone: 515.333.5050
Fax: 515.333.5056


There will be four main event games that will be $10 to join each. These games are
-Street Fighter 4 (PS3)
-Smash Bros: Brawl (Wii)
-Super Street Fighter 2: HD Remix (PS3)
-Street Fighter 3: Third Strike 2v2 teams (PS2)

Payouts for all games will be 70/20/10

Side tourneys so far are
-Guilty Gear XX: Accent Core $5 (PS2) (Ran by Klaige)
-Mystery Tournament $1 (?) (Ran by Sonny)
-BlazBlue $5 (Ran by Klaige)
-Puzzle Fighter HDRemix (Ran by EvilZangief)
-Tatsunoko VS Capcom (Wii) (Ran by Kamig)
-Smash Bros Melee

More information can be found on the SRK forums.  Link


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