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We’re on the last day of PAX Prime 2013 and fleets of fans are getting their game on. Since Friday crowds of gamers have been descending upon downtown Seattle tweaking out over the newest games and consoles.
We started out Day 1 getting to know the fans and figuring out what the crowd was most stoked on, with the most attendees anxious to play games like Titan Fall and Dying Light. Throughout the rest of the multi – level venue thousands of gamers were waiting in line to get their eyes on the new PS4 or Xbox One drawing literal ooohhh’s and ahhh’s.
While new product and games distracted us the most, we mobbed around the floors checking out the latest in indie games and Kickstarter projects with stunners like Might No. 9 hitting their $900,000 goal in just three days of attending PAX. As gamers rotated lines for a shot at new releases other admired gaming big-wigs at panels focused on design, story concepts, and even how to get your foot in the industry door. Major influencers like game directors such as Final Fantasy’s Naoki Yoshida or Last of Us director Neil Druckmann were all in attendance getting face time the fans.
Stepping back from the new releases another major aspect of the event is devoted to those with a less err… digital approach to games. With rooms dedicated to board game classics, arcade staples or cards like Magic or CAH PAX provided game play for errrbody. While we mainly just raced in the $15,000 Gran Turismo sleds in between League of Legends matches PAX also even gave us the opportunity to travel back in time to hit up the OG’s of gaming, like when we killed an hour playing Super Mario Brother’s on an original Nintendo NES…
We came, we gamed, we conquered. Check out photos of PAX Prime 2013 below and stay tuned for additional behind the scenes coverage of the event.