Mana Bar opening event on Saturday, 20th of March
Thursday, 4th March 2010 - Australia's first licensed video game venue, the 'Mana Bar,' will open its doors to the public on Saturday, 20th of March in Brisbane's biggest nightlife and entertainment district, Fortitude Valley.
Brisbane's partygoers are invited to take advantage of our strict "no cover charge" policy and join us for a cocktail whilst they enjoy some of the best latest releases and nostalgic games classics on our array of games consoles. What's more, you can leave your small change at home: it's free to enter AND free to play!
The venue caters for all tastes - the Mana Bar welcomes all, and patrons will be delighted by the wide range of games on offer, everything from Wii Sports to Guitar Hero to Street Fighter IV. For our launch weekend special, The Mana Bar is also proud to offer exclusive early code of the new Xbox Live game
"Raskulls," currently in development by acclaimed Brisbane-based games developer Halfbrick Studios.
With hourly prizes, giveaways, live entertainment and special guests, the Mana Bar will open its doors from midday to midnight, and will be operational every night thereafter. For more information, please keep an eye on the Mana Bar website at http://www.manabar.com.au or contact us on the details below.
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