In pictures: Mana Bar's grand opening

Yahtzee's gaming bar opens its doors to a gaggle of gamers, cosplayers and gawkers

Last weekend, Australia's first gaming bar, Mana Bar, opened its doors to a gaggle of gamers, cosplayers and bemused gawkers.

Co-owned by Zero Punctuation’s Ben ‘Yahtzee’ Croshaw and Australian Gamer’s Guy ‘Yug’ Blomberg, the Mana Bar is being touted as “one of Brisbane's most funky drinking venues”. It boasts a strict no cover charge policy and offers plenty of games, both new and old, to play on a wide array of gaming consoles. (The games are also free to play – hooray!)

According to all and sundry, the night was a raging success. Check out our slideshow of photos from the opening night...

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