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Thread: European WipEout Convention 10 Final Blast!!

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    That was 2007!

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    Yeah I remember Fusion on the wall and also 2097 link up on 2 TV's in camp France if I'm not mistaken. NeGcons out.

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    Ok Guys,
    Serious and not fun talk
    If you're not from Holland, I encourage you to ask for Europe Insurance Card.
    It's free of charge (at least in France) and valid for 1 year.
    If something not fun happens (... some of you remember for sure I talk from experience), you'll be a bit less deeper in the sh*t if you have it.

    ++

    Temet

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    Noooo, that is why I should check the forums more often...
    I would have loved to come, and probably could have, had I read this in April instead of a few days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Temet View Post
    Europe Insurance Card
    Such an EHICard is spread since 2004 in European countries - I have my "default" insurance card definitly more than 10 years already and its backside has the EHIC design.

    However, that still doesn't protect you from paying for a transport back to your home country. For those cases a travel health insurance is still a good choice - there are vendors offering them for 6 per year already and cover also things like cancelling a journey. Even if not the slightest thing happens that money is more than wisely spent.

    Quote Originally Posted by guillaume View Post
    I should check the forums more often
    Dude, you're more than 2 years too late! Too bad. How about free beer if you still show up? *luring*

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    Hey Mad any update regarding the whole Media Markt thing?

    And just because I lost track: Is there still an empty bed left in the room or should I get my own? Looks like I could indeed join for at least a night (26th/27th).

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    Oh no Guillaume. Please do come. If you are not coming, I am going to get you personally

    @Sausehuhn: There is a bed free for you, so no problem. About Mediamarkt; I was having contact with the activity bureau and we were almost set and done. Suddenly, I didn't get any replies on my emails and the phonenumber wasn't connected anymore. So I think, this guy at Mediamarkt found another job and didn't pass the agreement onto his collegues. Anyway, long story short. I was so much disappointed.

    Now I am working on getting 8 screens in my house and I need some help from AmigoJack to set up the internet enviroment. Now the idea is: we all meet in Amsterdam on Thurday at the Hans Brinker in the afternoon around 17:00 go out to get some drinks, food and entertainment. Friday during the day we are going sightseeing and in the night we are going for a Pure/Pulse tourney at the Hans Brinker.
    Saturdaymorning we are going by train to my house to set up the Wipeout Omega Collection PS4. After lunch we start the WOC tournament. In the evening we will have a BBQ and around 22:00 we are going back to Amsterdam.

    Greetz Mad-Ice

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    I see some pilots reading this thread. There is still a bed free. You will have a great time entering the EWC. Feel free and be welcome
    Last edited by Mad-Ice; 11th August 2017 at 11:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-Ice View Post
    some help from AmigoJack to set up the internet enviroment
    No problem. As for the hardware we'd need one or two routers or switches, so we can plug 8 cables into them. Which needs us to have 9 to 10 LAN cables in total. Of course, we could also try WiFi, but as you know from PSP that's not the most reliable thing. If network cables are a problem I can bring at least 3 (but we're able to buy them at any better store with PC stuff).

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    I have a gigabit switch with 8 ports that I could bring, if it's any help...

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    Same here, I have 8 ports GE switch.
    I can bring PS4 too... but I don't have a small HDMI screen
    I still have an old 1680x1050 with DVI port but not sure I still have the hdmi <-> dvi cable...
    As for the cables, I can get some at work, as long as I bring them back.

    Damn, Pulse and Pure... I don't even remember the tracks... it's been so long...

    PS : if you still 1 PS1 and CRT screen at home, you know, see some WO2097 for fun... If I still can play this game

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