Want to play some Japanese Video Games? Come to @Otronicon this weekend!

The team from Florida Anime Experience will be on hand for Otronicon v.1o at the Orlando Science Center starting Friday, January 16th through Monday, January 19th. Tickets are $19.00 daily for adults, $17.00 daily for students/seniors, $13.00 daily for kids (ages 3 – 11), and FREE daily for ages 2 and under.

From the Otronicon website:

“In the late 1970s, the U.S. created the Atari 2600 and playing video games at home became a national pastime. In 1983, though, the Japanese took the market by storm with the Famicom (ファミコン) console known in America as the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Stop by and play game systems showing off how the medium has changed over time from cartridges to Blu-ray discs. Many of the games on display have never been released in the United States. Game systems provided by Florida Anime Experience — Orlando’s ultimate anime convention!”

From Famicom Disk to a Japanese XBox 360, check out a sample of what our annual game room is at this unique event.

We hope to see you there!