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As we begin our journey to Fall and the amazing games lined up for release this Holiday there are still a few conventions to come along and spring some awesome announcements and games on us. Here are a few upcoming gaming conventions to get excited about.

Nintendo is doing something truly unpreciendted by showcasing it’s E3 floor demos, none of which have been confirmed, in select Best Buy locations! Wind Waker HD has been confirmed for the Fall of 2013 and will be a sequel to the popular Wind Waker first released on the Game Cube. Zelda games are almost-always a shoe-in for success and enjoyable gameplay. Any die-hard Nintendo fan who grew up playing games is ecstatic about playing this demo with the big shots on the convention floor at their nearest participating Best Buy. We’ve also covered the possibility for the next Rare title to be showcased this June, follow this link for more on those speculations!

Along with cosplay contests and vendors, events will include Anime dating game, Anime Jeopardy, tabletop games, retro Video games, gaming tournaments, dancing, and more.

There are several Tabletop games that require figures to play them. You can run out to a game store and get your gamer some of these figures for his game. Most of them come in sets and you just go in and pick one out. If you are unsure, usually the people that work at game stores will have a lot of tips so you can pick out the perfect ones.

These sharing sites are breaking the law and they don’t care. Most of them have a reason for developing these free sites. Astatalk, as an example, offers free registry for their members. Anyone with windows application knowledge will be up and running with Astatalk before they know what hit them. An underground community, which in fact should alert readers right away since they themselves promote on this basis, Astatalk promotes PC games, Cracks and Serials and romantic fiction.

Finally we come to hardware and peripherals, where the shop really shines. Like Play N Trade, sifting through their collection yields some of the most odd and surprising finds you’re likely to come across. While I was there I saw stuff like a Yobo NES Light Gun, colored(and clear) Dreamcast controllers, AV cables and deluxe memory cards for various systems, a steering wheel for the N64, a paddle-like controller for the SNES and all sorts of other weird stuff(most new in box too). They also had a Genesis 2 unit, with a 32X add on for $40, some NES and Super Nintendo decks and even a few of those GN Twins that play both Sega Genesis and NES titles.

Now you have some ideas to get you started on dusting off the ol’ 80gb external hard drive. The sky is the limit with the amount of different things you can do with your hard drive. Just start storing your favorite things on it and go share it with others. Take it to your family reunion and share your photos. Bring it to your gaming night and show off your coolest files. Even take it to a party to have your best music and entertainment to share with every one else.