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Interest Capcom Entertainment Bar to Open in Tokyo on January 25
posted on 2011-12-22 09:25 EST
The game developer CAPCOM and the karaoke chain Pasela will open a CAPCOM Bar in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward on January 25. The enterainment bar will be on the first floor of the Pasela Resorts building.
The bar will let patrons try out the latest CAPCOM games, order from a special menu inspired by CAPCOM titles, and buy character goods. In addition, the bar will host events such as talk shows with the CAPCOM's development staff and CAPCOM's live web broadcast Hagitoko!
Sources: Famitsu, 4Gamer via andriasang
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