Nintendo Oz Comic-Con

Super Smash Bros. and Hyrule Warriors Playable at Oz Comic-Con

It’s the final days before Oz Comic-Con Melbourne kicks off, but that doesn’t stop from more announcements coming. Nintendo (Australia and New Zealand division) has announced that for the first time in Australia, people who are attending Oz Comic-Con Melbourne will be lucky enough to have the opportunity to play Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. They have also added that Hyrule Warriors for Wii U will be playable at the Nintendo Booth.

Oz Comic-Con will have a big guest line up of people including from “Star Trek,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Alien,” “Veronica Mars,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “X-Men”, “Doctor Who”, “Stargate” and many more. For the fans who want those extra privileges to help save time at the show or get up close and personal with their favourite actors, films and fandoms, they still have platinum, dinner and experience event tickets available. As always they surely are stocking on the official Oz Comic-Con merchandise that range from t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags and caps.

There are still tickets available for each day, head on over to Oz Comic-Con’s website to purchase it online and save. For people who would love to attend Oz Comic-Con but can’t make it, they have you sorted with absentee packs, which include signed autographs available for purchase online so you don’t feel like you’ve missed out. Super Smash Bros. is planned to release on 4 October for the 3DS and a date to be still confirmed for the Wii U version. Hyrule Warriors is due to come out on the Wii U on 20 September.

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Omer Bener, 2IC

Gamer. Electronic, Electric and Computer Engineer. 2IC @OXCGN

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