TooManyGames 2013, an east coast video game expo, will take place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, June 14-16.
The convention features an Indie Showcase, concerts, tournaments and panels touching on a range of topics from "Making Your Nerd Job a Reality" to "Intro to Game Collecting" to "Write Your Own Nintendo Music."
The convention's gaming marketplace will include "tens of thousands of video games," rare games, prototypes, new games and classic systems available to purchase.
Melbourne electronica group Power Glove will headline the 2013 TMG After Party. Three songs from the Australian band will be featured in Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
"We're really excited for this year's event." TooManyGames founder ChristieAnne Whitby said in a statement. "I think we've put together our best convention yet, and the Saturday night after party is the icing on the cake."
Attendance to the concert can be achieved through purchasing a Final Boss pass. This year's convention also will feature a Video Game Roast where TooManyGames will roast The Angry Video Game Nerd, James Rolfe. As well as doing a panel and an autograph signing session, video game culture satirist Keith Apicary will be a special guest at the after party.
The first TooManyGames convention was first held as the East Coast Gaming Expo in 2003 and was a celebration classic games. Since then it has evolved to encompass classic games, modern games, arcade games, board games, tabletop games, computer games and anime.
Tickets for the expo range from the three-day Final Boss Pass for $104.49 that includes all of the perks and after party admission; Mini Boss Pass for $52.74, which comes with a free T-shirt; a perk-free Three Day Pass for $26.87; Saturday-only Pass for $21.69; and a Sunday-only Pass for $16.52.
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