Orlando Science Center to host family friendly gaming expo

Otronicon, Orlando’s gaming expo, returns to the Orlando Science Center next week for its third year.

The gaming event is family friendly and has something for everyone with video-game tournaments, showcases of the latest games, advanced military simulators, a classic arcade and much more.

Gamers can partake in Guitar Hero and Rock Band tournaments, and play Halo 3 on the giant eight-story CineDome screen.

The expo is open to the public Jan. 18-21 from 10 a.m. to midnight.

Daily admission is $14.95 for adults and $9.95 for children younger than 12. Members receive free admission. Visit otronicon.org for tickets and a full event schedule.