A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

This year's New York Comic-Con saw its biggest video game presence in the history of the show. It's just too bad the actual booths themselves were pretty disappointing.

My favorite pieces were the ice sculpture Slimer and the Ready 2 Rumble Revolution min-ring. Thank you, Atari, for spending some money on the show! The rest of the publishers mainly just had boring, ordinary looking kiosks set up. EA, of course, had the biggest space and the most playable games, meanwhile Hudson had like 15 feet of one wall.

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con

A Look At The Gaming Booths From Comic-Con