On day four of Comic-Con I made my way down to the Xbox Lounge at the Manchester Grand Hyatt to check out some of the upcoming titles for both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The lounge was dimly lit, spread out, and was a huge relief from the chaos of the Comic-Con floor. I wish I had gone earlier.
Every year that I go to Comic-Con I do my best to check out some panels and events that aren’t massive studio funded spectacles. Here some of the panels happening next week that you should add to your list.
While not quite as massive as E3 or PAX, Comic-Con 2013 has an impressive roster of studios showing off their upcoming games and swag. The following is a list of studios, publishers, and/or game related businesses which will be on the Comic-Con floor doing their thing.
This will be my 11th San Diego Comic-Con, and while I don’t claim to be great at too many things, I’ve become pretty great at Comic-Con. This year I’ll be including even more tips for Comic-Con survival and mastery. San Diego Comic-Con can be an incredibly fun, and slightly overwhelming experience, and everyone deserves to have the best time humanly possible.
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…
Katrina Hill’s “The Most Dangerous Women at Comic-Con” panel was sort of like one of those awesome Marvel Team Up comics you probably read when you were a wee kid. If for some reason you were deprived of said comic, Marvel Team Up would take a few heroes from different books and send them on a mission they could only accomplish by working together. While no crime fighting actually occurred during the panel, it did manage to showcase some of the most creative, fun, and entertaining women in their respective industries.
Epic Games had a huge presence at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with both Gears of War: Judgement, and Fortnite showing off their goodies. Until this year’s SDCC, we knew very little of what Fornite was actually about, how it would look, or really, how in the heck it would play. Well, we have some great news for you, Fortnite looks super-slick and has the capacity to be more fun than any of us really deserve.
Hey there gang, hope everyone is doing well on this fine Sunday morning. Today will be our last day of Comic-Con coverage and we wanted to thank you all for tolerating our barrage of Tweets over the past few days.
While three of us from NA are indeed here at San Diego Comic-Con, you’ve probably noticed a distinct lack of updates on NerdAppropriate.com . Why? The answer is pretty simple, we’re enjoying the con!
As soon as we got into the door I turned to a few of the folks with me and said “Don’t get used to this, it’s about to get a lot more crowded in here.” Within about 15 minutes standard walking became the “con shuffle”, a sort of rhythmic zombie stride that is nowhere close to actual walking. It’s hard to believe there will be MORE people here tomorrow.
Space Nazis! People seem to really like their space Nazis. The premise is a simple one, the Nazis with their top secret technology fled to the Dark Side of the Moon after losing WW2, and are finally ready to strike back. Details within.
For the past few years Bioware Base has been one of the highlights of our San Diego Comic-Con experience, and despite last year’s near fatal overdose of Pop Chips, we couldn’t wait to see what Bioware had planned for the big con in 2012. Fear not Bio-fans, there will be plenty of juicy Bioware goodness to satisfy all.