Sighted outside PAX West: Satanists. The Seattle chapter of the Satanic Temple was looking for new recruits outside the Seattle-based convention earlier today, bearing signs with phrases like “Love thyself” and “Love is never a sin.” I was surprised to see them orbiting PAX until I remembered that Satanists love video…
As of Sunday afternoon, the SNES Classic at Nintendo’s PAX booth remains safely behind glass. Note that it has once more been rearranged compared with yesterday and Friday, which raises further questions about the ease with which the case can be opened. We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops.
One day in, the SNES Classic at Nintendo’s PAX booth remains safe and secure. The controllers and information card have switched places since yesterday, however, indicating that someone opened the case and rearranged its contents. We will continue to keep you posted on this situation as it develops.
Hey PAX-goers: don’t miss Kotaku Splitscreen Live, tonight at 8pm in the Sasquatch Theater (Sheraton Hotel, second floor). We’ll be taking questions, giving away signed copies of my book, and generally having a good ol’ time. If you’re not at PAX, look for the episode on iTunes next week!
As of this morning, no one has attempted to break the glass and make off with the SNES Classic at Nintendo’s PAX booth. We will keep you updated as the situation develops.
We’re at PAX East—well, some of us and a lot of you! Kotaku reporters are in Boston to play some video games. Bonus points if you can find Waldo in this shot.
Echo was a standout at the PAX Indie Megabooth last weekend. The concept is very cool: You have to infiltrate and explore a futuristic techno-palace. Every so often, the whole place reboots and goes dark. With each reboot, your past playthroughs “echo” as AIs that try to take you down using whatever tactics you used…