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Nintendo Canada Brings Xenoblade Chronicles X And More To CVA FanFest

Nintendo fans rejoice! Nintendo of Canada is marking the first CVA FanFest, happening from December 5 – 6 as part of the Canadian Videogame Awards, with an exclusive appearance from Xenoblade Chronicles X Treehouse Expert Demetrius Boggs. Stop by the Nintendo booth at FanFest for a chance to chat with Demetrius about the ins-and-outs of Xenoblade Chronicles X, play a demo of the game, and enter a daily raffle for a chance to win your very own copy of the Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition for Wii U!

But that’s not all: At CVA FanFest, Nintendo is also bringing the latest Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games right to you!

Bring your friends to the Nintendo booth and throw down the gauntlet in a no-holds-barred Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Tournament, where each player has the opportunity to win a copy of the game.

If you prefer to work with friends rather than compete against them, team up with two other heroes for a fashionable adventure into the world of Hytopia in The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes.

CVA FanFest runs from December 5 – 6 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (50 Carlton St.) and is open for the public to attend.

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4 thoughts on “Nintendo Canada Brings Xenoblade Chronicles X And More To CVA FanFest”

  1. What’s the point of a demo with a game like this? How can anyone draw any kind of opinion or conclusion without finishing the game or spending a small fraction of their life playing it?
    Why even bring the game to the event unless they give you sleeping bags and pillows and let you play it for days without stopping to see if what kind of game it is, because you know, you can’t make an intellegent opinion without playing through the story. Com’on guys. switch-on to dumbass mode and support me here, yeah? Yeah?! -.-

    1. I hope your joking because you sounded pretty stupid lol. The demo probably shows off the amazing scenery, and great battle system this game has. You can get a taste of the game without beating it. It’s not like they said “here play this demo, and then go write a 5 paragraph review of the game and all its details.” Now that would be crazy, lol!

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