Submitted by GoldenElf 1051d ago | news

Ubisoft Celebrates Far Cry 3 Release With Free Laser Tag

Jayden Williams at Aussie-Gamer.com writes: "To celebrate the Australian release of Far Cry 3, Ubisoft Australia are hosting free Laser Tag games in Sydney this Wednesday, 28 November.
Absolutely everyone is invited to ‘tag’ along and have a game or two down at the M9 Laser Skirmish located on Level 3, Harbourside Shopping Centre on Darling Harbour." (Far Cry 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

ab5olut10n  +   1051d ago
you don't want none of me.

laser tag beast mode.
AusRogo  +   1051d ago
Damn it do it in Melbourne! Everyone loves free laser tag!
bubblebeam  +   1051d ago

Thinking the same thing brother. Sydney gets most of the gaming gigs eh?

EB Expo in Queensland, then Sydney, and Melbourne gets no love? Well at least we have PAX next year :)

Good to see. Love it when games do cool stuff.
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