London (UK) First StreetPass and Mii Trading Meet-up – 27.03.11

After the Akihabara (Tokyo – Japan) critical mass, as well as the already planned event in Washington, D.C. (StreetPass DC).  It was only a matter of time before London had it’s very own meeting. So here it is.

St Pancras Station – Upper Concourse – Under the New Olympic Rings at 12:00pm Lunchtime (for as long as you want) on Sunday the 27th of March



The event is totally free of charge, you just need to get yourself there and bring your new 3DS with you. There isn’t even a need to interact if you’re the shy type. But of course feel free to group together. Gamers can also extend the meet-up to include some Street Fighter bouts (in the virtual world of course).

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This is a great way for London 3DS owners to socialize and get more out of their new 3DSs. Of course many other StreetPass meet-ups will be arranged but this will be the first. London St Pancras is the most accessible point in London, with it being served by the greatest number of tube lines and buses (use this Journey Planner). The location is sheltered and has a good footfall so we aren’t secluded and can show of our devises as much as we want.

Specific address: St Pancras International Station, Pancras Road (off of Euston Road), London, Nw1 2TB. And questions please feel free to comment of this article or join our Facebook Event.

A video showing the prinicipal of the 3DS’s StreetPass feature. It is from Tokyo but in English language. All the menus are in Japanese because we don’t yet have a English version to test with.

A few shots of the location of this StreetPass Meet-Up. Please do send as any pictures you may have of the event afterwards. They will replace the pictures below.

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15 Responses to “London (UK) First StreetPass and Mii Trading Meet-up – 27.03.11”
  1. I am most definitely gonna be there… 🙂


  2. James says:

    Join the facebook Streetpass page for more events around the country, including this one 🙂!/pages/Nintendo-3DS-Street-Pass/206057056071895?sk=wall


  3. This event is getting really very big. Might see a it culminate in a Flash Mob scene.


  4. kovu007 says:

    Very good idea! I will make that in Germany,too.


  5. Jon says:

    Gutted I’m not in London today – looks like it will be a really good time!



  6. Andy Piper says:

    What a great idea! hope there are more of these around the country… I missed this one!


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  7. Richard says:

    I really hope this happens in April….making it a monthly thing 🙂 I missed the first one 😦


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