It may not be the biggest PAX show on Earth for video games, but PAX South is one hell of a cosplay convention.
We Are Chicago was hardly the best game I played at PAX, one of gaming’s biggest gaming conventions, last month. It was rough and unfinished. My wife, at another demo station, barely got through it. In trying to depict life on the Windy City’s troubled South Side, it’s not trying to be fun, but it has to be interesting
The Pokémon Company, the business devoted entirely to managing all things Pokémon, has filed one hell of a lawsuit against the organisers of a PAX party that had been scheduled to go down last week.
Is there someone behind me?
Thanks for my new album cover, Oculus Touch. (It was incredible, by the way. Holy cow.)
At PAX Prime in Seattle, Bethesda’s set up a nice little collection of booths; there’s one for each of the big games they’re showing here. The Dishonored booth stands out as an unusually posh exhibit on an otherwise crowded and jumbled show floor.
Seen at PAX today in Seattle: cosplayer Ori Roundtree doing his best to pay respects, Call of Duty style.
And rather than just taking photos of cosplayers at PAX, I decided to join them.
Makes sense. The line’s for Dark Souls III, not surprisingly.
PAX Prime tickets are now on sale. They’ll be sold out in roughly five seconds, so if you want’em, get’em now.
Walk around a PAX convention and you’ll see more than just video games: you’ll see tons of bonding. Cosplayers gather together for pictures, developers visit each other’s booths, and, sometimes, even new love blooms.
Video game conventions are great... mostly. But every convention has its thorns, which often take the form of snotty, achy, barfy sicknesses. Now that both GDC and PAX East have come to pass, are you a flu-ridden ball of misery? If so, what are your symptoms? Have you caught anything in the past or at other cons?
This weekend at PAX East in Boston, convention goers can visit a Monster Hunter caravan… or at least, a pretty decent recreation.
Giant Spacekat, developers of space adventure game Revolution 60, announced this week they cancelled PAX East booth space due to safety concerns. The studio has since spoken with PAX organizers and responded to criticism over the fact that its head of development, Brianna Wu, still deciding to attend PAX East and…
Taking a break from making action adventure games featuring stunning characters with large, waatery eyes, Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory's been helping polish combat systems for the Marvel-powered Disney Infinity 2.0.
Are you in Seattle today? Don't miss our PAX panel, Story Time With Kotaku, at 2:30pm in the Sphinx Theater (Sheraton Hotel, 3rd floor). Bring your best questions!
It's easy to get freaked out on a solo trip through barren wilderness, especially when your job is waiting for it to catch on fire. Here's our first look at Firewatch in action.
As part of its big PAX panel Volition just announced a new Saints Row. It's called Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, and it'll be out on January 27th.