Utah 3DS is holding a Streetpass Event tomorrow and this is no usual event either!  Utah 3DS Streetpass has a copy of Injustice: Gods Among Us to raffle off at the April 20th event.  Information about the meetup and raffle can be found below or by visiting the Utah 3DS Streetpass Event page or Raffle page.

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Come join Utah 3DS StreetPass on April 20, 2013 as we play the newest 3DS game from Nintendo, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, sequel to the popular Gamecube title released more than 10 years ago. Not only does Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon have a interesting and fun single player Story Mode, developer Next-Level took the series a step further by including a creative multiplayer experience, with support for 4 3DS Systems.

Don’t have a copy of the game? No problem! Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon supports 4 player download play. Not only that, so long as you don’t close out of the download play application, you’ll also be able to go home, and continue to play the multiplayer mode online.

Luigi’s Mansion not your kind of game? Come anyway! There will sure to lots of other people wanting to play Mario Kart 7, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and more! If you don’t want to play anything, come for the StreetPasses!

Our April Meet-Up will be held on Saturday, April 20th in the Auditorium of Murray Library from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm. We would ask all those who plan to attend to please RSVP on FacebookMeet-up or Google+.

If you have any questions or comments, email Chris at chris@utah3ds.com. Hope to see many of you there!

We are happy to announce that we have a copy of Injustice: Gods Among Us for the Wii U that we will raffle off during out April Meet-up. Each ticket will cost $2.00, and you are allowed to buy up to 5 tickets. If you do buy 5 tickets, we will make one of them free, for a total price of $8.00. We haven’t decided yet, but we may ad a few extras to go along with this raffle.

We will start giving out raffle tickets at 1:00 pm and we will announce the winning ticket at 3:00 pm

If you were hesitant about whether not you should come to the April meet-up, then this should help you decide.