Wow this looks amazing! Wonder if the story line is as great as it seems on the trailer Bight buy this !
Save the date on February 14 and take part in GameSpot's Valentine's Day event - Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City: First Line of Defense.
Raccoon City has fallen to the T-virus and GameSpot's office will be celebrating the last Valentine's Day before the zombie apocalypse with a 32-player tournament in San Francisco and some bloody good fun. We are looking for players AND fans to check out the action.
- You must RSVP to attend the event.
- The first 32 players who RSVP and arrive at our office will be entered into the tournament.
- A $750 prize pack will be awarded to the winning team of four players. Prizes will also be given to the second- and third-place teams, along with prizes for best costume.
- Tournament play begins at 4:30 p.m., so please arrive no later than 4:00 p.m..
- You are more than welcome to bring a guest. Guests will be added to the stand-by gameplay list.
For more information or to get your ticket, simply click on this link here.
*Please note that due to the game title, you must be over 17 to attend the event. We will be checking IDs at the door, so make sure you have your ID.*
Can't make it to San Francisco? Don't fret. We will be streaming the tournament live on GameSpot.com.
To help you get excited for this zombie Valentine, enjoy the Triple Impact Trailer for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Video is rated M for Mature 17+ for blood, gore, intense violence, and strong language. Enjoy!
Thanks for all who had contributed to make this historical game reach this level of high quality and challenges..
Man I want to participate, but I can't drive to San Francisco besides I bet the RSVPS are filled up already. :/
WTF man screw capcom everytime they have these events they're always in San Francisco!!! goddamn it show LA some love all these damn player events always take place outside LA only private event are here like E3 i was lucky enough to go in 2010 but not everyone is so fortunate for once have a gamer event in LA -_-!
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- Feb 14, 2012
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