TR BBQ XI is coming up this weekend in Holland, Michigan, and we've been assembling a wicked collection of prizes to give away to attendees according to our made-up rules and arbitrary whims. We've told you about the sweet new PC hardware kicked in by Gigabyte and MSI. I've been thinking about this for a while. I have a brand-new, never-been-opened Nvidia Shield sitting in a box here in Damage Labs, and I figure I might as well add it to the prize pool.
I also plan to bring my own Shield to the BBQ with a trove of games installed for folks to try. Come out and join us if you can.
All the info you need to know about attending is available in the BBQ thread, and I'm sure DrFish would appreciate if you'd let him know how many people you plan to bring, so we can have enough food, drink, and parking space available.
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