Throw a pixel party and engage in a little social gaming with today's side deal: for $25, you get $50 worth of party-package time at the Galaxy Gaming on South Louise Avenue. Party pricing usually runs at $8 per person for two hours of gaming time. With this Groupon, you can bring a minimum of five friends to Galaxy for at least two hours of gaming. There's no extra cost for staying longer than two hours or for bringing more than five friends.
Galaxy Gaming helps its visitors escape into a world far-flung from workaday worries and Monday malaise. Instead of settling down for another awkward first date with ennui, thrill your senses and light up your mind with more than 150 games for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Run in a soldier's boots with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, delight in the dystopian deformity of BioShock 2, or correct Napoleon's world-conquering mistakes in Empire: Total War.
While at-home gaming is the traditional method for tackling console-controlled video action, Galaxy's party package lets you socialize and bond with friends over a shared love of gunning down tap-dancing zombies. Snacks and drinks are available (but not included in this Groupon) for lubricating throats parched from attack screams and rallying cries of "Leeeeeeroy Jenkins!" Celebrate birthdays, bachelor parties, or Bloomsday on another plane of existence with today's side deal to Galaxy Gaming.
Not valid for laser tag.
Check out what the Sioux Falls Competitive Video Gaming Examiner has to say about Galaxy Gaming:
- [Galaxy Gaming] is one of the premiere centers for gaming in Sioux Falls. Within its doors, console gamers and PC gamers alike can come to play and have fun, and meet people with similar interests. Inside is a relaxed atmosphere, filled with friendly people (offline, that is - no guarantees for when the bullets start flying in game). Galaxy also hosts birthday parties and private parties for people of all ages, as well as various other events. As an added bonus, the prices aren't all that bad, either. – Alek Bohlman
Armed with state-of-the-art lasers, players dodge enemy beams in a 5,000-square-foot arena awash in neon and black lights. During open-play sessions held Friday–Sunday, up to 14 participants weave their way through the obstacle-laden space on a variety of missions. The lasers also function outside, enabling Galaxy Gaming to frequently host outdoor missions in yards with enough obstacles.
Competition continues in the gaming lounge, where more than 200 computer and console games run on more than 60 PC, PlayStation3, and Xbox 360 stations. Gamers can play friends or other patrons with all-day passes or during Friday and Saturday all-night sessions, which last from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. or whenever Mario throws out his back. Galaxy Gaming's resident techies also rid computers of viruses, build custom PCs, and create personalized gaming rigs.