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QuakeCon 2011: OXCGN’s Final Wrap-Up

OXCGN:

"My vision is blurred; my body sleep deprived; my computer full of stickers I never even noticed before; my voice completely lost. Another year, another QuakeCon has come and gone.

"Saturdays and Sundays of the event are typically very low-key, and as a result, we’ve combined both days into one final wrap-up.

"OXCGN’s first year on-site at QuakeCon was a great one, and we’re aiming to continue being there in years to come.

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gaminoz1787d ago

Yeah these events seem to take a lot out of people...they need to plan an extra several days just to get the images swimming around their brains out and some rest!

BadCircuit1787d ago

I know. Everything I read seems to show how tiring these things are. But they still go, and people still love em.

Proeliator1787d ago

It's tiring because a lot of attendees can't afford the hotel! It's common to see them passed out in the BYOC, around various pieces of furniture in the hotel, and even outside, hehe.

I had a friend that stayed up from Friday morning to Sunday morning at the 2010 event. It was ridiculous.