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Zephyr Rhapsody
09-17-2003, 06:46 PM
It's time to score a hat trick with our third year of game shows. So, without further Apu...

We will be bringing our classic, "Anime Name that Tune," to Ohayocon to test eight otaku and their knowledge of the world of anime music. This instant classic, which had begun at Ohayocon 2, is a fan favorite and even wins cosplay masquerade prizes(long story)! The winner will be invited to participate in the second annual year's-championship (details to come), and Ohayocon will determine the first winner of the year! The contestants get great prizes, the audience gets their own prizes, and everyone has fun and Super Cool! Come join the growing tradition! Have fun, minna-san!

This February, at Katsucon 2004, we will be hosting the "Anime Name that Tune 2003 Championship" at 9pm on Friday (in main events). This huge event will be bringing together the victors from Otakon, Shoujocon, Katsucon 9.1, Anime Boston, Ikasucon, Anime USA, Nekocon, Anime NEXT, and Chantal Cowen - the victor from Ohayocon 2003!

Zephyr Game Shows will also be returning with their updated version of "Otaku Family Feud," where 'fan families' will coordinate ahead of time and try out at the beginning of the game. The concept is predictable: Five-member families use their knowledge of anime and general fandom to vie for huge prizes with answers to what they believe the general otaku would say regarding anime-related categories. The concept and game are a mix between the popular television version and the otaku subculture - except, thankfully, we don't have Howie or Yaoi.

Last year, AnimEigo was more than generous when they awarded DVD BOX SETS TO EACH OF THE FIVE MEMBERS OF THE WINNING FAMILY! With AnimEigo sponsoring the event for a second year in a row, what can we expect this time? Have fun, minna-san!

- Corey Gough
Zephyr Game Shows

Disclaimer... I don't even know her: Zephyr Game Shows is a fan-based organization or fan-based... fans (how redundantly redundant). The aforementioned games, and many more, and their content are the original creations of Zephyr Game Shows; with the exception to those games that are the parodized inspirations of commercial games (ie televised game shows, popular board games, etc). All questions and themes are original and not to be 'borrowed' without the easily-granted permission of Zephyr creator, Corey Gough (Kumada6@aol.com).
Please respect our, and everyone else's games. We exist because of you, after all. Thank you. Have fun, minna-san!