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Clapham-Based Bar to Host Latest in Series of Retro Game Events

Created on Tuesday, 18 March 2014

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Since entering UK's emerging gaming bar scene back in August 2013 REZtron has been entertaining the mid week après work crowd with their popular retrogaming themed parties in London's retro chic district of Shoreditch at the award winning Cocktail bar, The Hoxton Pony.

 

Now REZtron will trial out to cater for its weekend market focusing on London's trendy SW4 district.REZtron’s first weekend retrotainment will take place from 4pm til 11pm on Sunday May the 11th.

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The bar will be filled with nothing but SEGA consoles spanning four generations, including Master System, Mega Drive, Saturn and the Dreamcast. The legendary games includes Golden Axe, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter II,R-Type, Streets of Rage 2,Alien Storm, Sonic 2, Shadow Dancer, 4- player Micro Machines 2,Virtua Cop, SEGA Rally, House of the Dead 2,Virtua Fighter 2,Marvel Vs Capcom 2 and many more…and as always, displayed on sexy CRT TVs and a Projector screen.

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There will also be a Sonic the Hedgehog 'speed run' competition running on the Mega Drive during the first half of the evening with retrogaming prizes to give away.

To keep things true to REZtron’s retrotainment spirit there will be some 80s/90s electronic music from their resident DJ and not forgetting Karaoke on the SEGA MEGA-CD Karaoke system.

The FREE event will take place on Sunday, May 11th 4pm till 11pm.Tickets can be booked through Eventbrite. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in gaming Cosplay.

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