Audio ripped straight from PAX: West's Canceling the Apocalypse panel (2018): Join a group of industry vets and professional voice actors on stage for the return of the most apocalyptic panel ever created. In a highly-irradiated landscape ruled by misshapen…
PAX East 2018 (Part One): Matt and Ash gather at PAX: East 2018 to talk about a number of the great games and panels at this year's show as well as their incredibly uncomfortable hotel situation! Games and panels discussed…
The morning before the official start of PAX, I flew out the hostel door with camera gear and Tomodachi Life in tow. My first stop was Volunteer Park, a small park set back behind the carefully manicured homes of Capitol Hill. I wandered the brief paths for a couple hours, occasionally passed by runners (none of them Chris Evans, unfortunately) and cheerful pit bulls.
For those still unaware of Darkest Dungeon, Red Hook Studios is in the process of creating an incredibly slick turn-based strategy game with some play mechanics you probably haven’t seen before. On the surface, Darkest Dungeon may seem familiar with four characters delving deeper and deeper into perilous dungeons in search of plunder and glory, however this is where the similarities to every other dungeon crawler stop.
Describing what PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) is to someone who has never been to a PAX can be a bit of a challenge. It’s a convention, sure, but it’s also a whole lot more than that. PAX has become a
bi tri-yearly pilgrimage for gamers and creatives, a utopia where they can go and be surrounded by other people similar to themselves… oh, and also play some video games.
Of all the developer's stories I heard at this years PAX, the story of husband and wife indie developers Robot Loves Kitty stuck with me the most. Together for over ten years the duo sacrificed a lot to complete their…
I was ushered into a small theatre this morning, complete with four grim looking bouncers (yes really), to take a brief look at Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and walked away incredibly impressed. Ubisoft catches a lot flack for releasing Assassin’s creed (almost) annually, but I’m happy to say Assassin’s Creed IV appears to be something entirely new and innovative.
This year, the entire NA team (Scott, Hilary, Matt and myself) will be in Boston covering the event, and we’ll do our very best to show you all the great stuff that some of the bigger outlets forget to mention.
March is always an interesting month for us at Nerd Appropriate, and this year will be no different. We wanted to give you all a quick shout out for sticking with us for so long and helping our little outlet continue to grow. Take a quick peep at some of the things we have lined up for this month and some other ways that you can help us out.
Before I ever attended San Diego Comic-Con, Penny Arcade Expo, or Star Wars Celebration, I wandered the packed halls of the Orlando Megacon. The Orlando Megacon has been around since 1993, and has changed and grown a whole lot over…
PAX: EAST 2013 is on sale!