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The BenHeck Experience to Return to Midwest Gaming Classic in 2010

posted Nov 27, 2009, 7:54 AM by Troy Cheek
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For 2010, Ben Heckendorn and his forums members return to make the experience even better than 2009! Project reveals and discussion, real time modding and even the ability for show-goers to bring their own consoles to be modded by regulars will be available as the Experience moves into it's own room and they throw out all of the rules about how your console or controller needs to look.

There will be lots more awesome stuff happening in this area of the show, from contests about modding to never-before-seen incredible, arcade-sized creations, this is going to be an area of the show that you simply won't want to miss!

The Experience will run both Saturday and Sunday of the show. A schedule of events as well as further description of the special events planned for this area will be updated in the coming months and can be found in the "At The Show" location under Events. No matter what, you won't want to miss it!

The Midwest Gaming Classic, the trade show where gamers rule, is an annual event that has been held since 2001. The show is open to all interested attendees and includes all aspects of console gaming, computers and arcade video and pinball machines from Pong to the PS3 and more! Ticket pre-sale is available online until March 1st, 2010. As always, kids ages 12 and under get in free with paid adult admission! You can visit the official Midwest Gaming Classic web site at