If you are an Australian hanging out for Asura’s Wrath, Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City, Street Fighter x Tekken and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (the Playstation Vita version, of course), then read on as Capcom will be hosting a public event where all four games will be available for a test run for all of the gamers out there. The event will be hosted at the Oxford Art Factory, located on Oxford Street Darlinghurst. Also at the event are a few producers and developers who will introduce the games on the night, including Capcom’s senior manager Seth Killian, who is attached to Street Fighter x Tekken. You will also get the chance to play some old arcade titles in their arcade cabinets.

So, how do you attend this even? Well, despite the fact that this event is completely free, there are limited places. The only way to actually get your hands on tickets is via registration. Send an email with your name and phone number at capcom.showcase@thq.com and you will be with a chance to attend what would be an awesome event. However, if you are under 18, then you will miss out completely since the event is only for those aged 18 and above.

What are you waiting for? Tickets will go fast so don’t miss out.

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