WayForward and D3 Publisher celebrating release of Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land with fans

2013-10-29 19.44.49One of Cartoon Network’s hit animated series, Regular Show, gets its first video game ever for the Nintendo 3DS, and there couldn’t be a better publisher for it than WayForward. Mordecai and Rigby are in for a shock when they get sucked into their video game console and experience an 8-bit adventure in the making.2013-10-29 18.23.04

WayForward and D3 Publisher wanted to celebrate the release of Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land with their fans, so they set up a hang out and put together an event at GameStop located in West Hollywood, CA. Fans chatted with team members from WayForward, got a chance to try the game before buying it and even got a chance to win some cool Regular Show goodies.

2013-10-29 18.47.57The event ran for two hours and included music played by Jake Kaufman, who has composed plenty of music for WayForward including Ducktales RemasteredShantae, and another Cartoon Network video game, Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!

2013-10-29 18.55.19A fun event with plenty of fans in attendance, everyone who bought the game that night were treated with either a Blu-ray or DVD version of the Regular Show: The Complete First & Second Seasons. Others could win it by raffle, but one lucky fan won the big prize, a special Regular Show sketch created and signed by J.G. Quintel.

2013-10-29 19.37.16Everyone went home happy, even fans of the show who didn’t have a Nintendo 3DS came down to show support and hang out with other fans that night.

2013-10-29 20.50.13I picked up my copy of the game and a Blu-ray that night, so stay tuned for a review of Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land. YEEAHHHH!

Also, enjoy some of the music from the game played live by Jake Kaufman.

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.