Montreal Is Hosting A "90s Video Game Festival" This Summer

Pokemon, Plumbers and Playstations
Montreal Is Hosting A "90s Video Game Festival" This Summer

Comic book fans have Comiccon, but now video game fans from Montreal have their own convention to attend.

High Score Con 2017 - Pokemon, Plumbers and Playstations

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This is Montreal's premier video game convention where you'll find tons of video games, gaming merchandise, indie company creations and much more!

It all takes place at the Delta Montreal Hotel on Sunday, June 25 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Tickets will be on sale at the door for only $5.

For more information check out High Score Con's website or click here to see their Facebook event.

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