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Nov 9, 2012I voted Sydney, Australia since I live there, but my opinion is that Minecon should go to anywhere next year other than Europe or North America. I also put Sydney over Japan for lingual reasons.Posted in: Minecon 2012
Also, I hear a lot of people talking about the accessibility of certain cities. I don't think this should be taken into account, mainly because of how subjective it is. Yes Canada is more accessible than Australia... assuming you live in Canada, USA or possibly East Russia or Greenland. Yes Australia is less accessible than Canada... unless you live in Australia, New Zealand or East Asia. I'm not saying Australia is more accessible than Canada, but it isn't objectively less either.
Anyway, I think before Minecon goes to Europe or North America again it needs to go to every other continent. Here's my picks for cities.
Australia- Either Sydney or Melbourne, I'd prefer Sydney (because I live there), but I'd be fine with melbourne too.
Asia- Almost certainly Japan, that's where most gamers in Asia are.
South America- I see people asking for Rio (not sure how to spell the suffix, so i wont try), and that seems like the most logical, touristy place in South America.
Africa- I'm really not sure. Cairo maybe, that's Africa's largest city, right?
And after that.
North America- Definitely Toronto, see the OP.
Europe- Probably London, it seems like the next most logical place.
Nov 9, 2012I really want Australia.Posted in: Minecon 2012
Reasons being I live in New Zealand, so getting to Canada or Japan would cost me my life's savings.
Sydney is a beautiful place with lots to see and do.
I have never been to any gaming convention before as most is in the States or Europe. So if it was in Sydney I would be able to go.
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