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Pax Australia 2014

Here we have our PAX Aus. Top 10

Welcome back, guys. You may notice something a little bit different and that’s because I don’t have a moustache any more, but that’s for a good cause. I’m doing Movember as well as other WG crew members. So what we do is we shave out beards and moustaches at the start of the month and then we grow all month long. If you want to donate you can find us, just search Worldwide Gaming on the Movember website or you can just go to our Facebook page and we’ll make sure to link it in there somewhere, but right now we have our ‘Top Ten’. When go to expos like PAX or like E3 we see a lot of different, crazy, interesting, weird things and we like to compile them all into one list to show you guys what it’s like to actually be here. So here’s our top ten list of things that we’ve seen at PAX Australia.

To start off our list, we have Screencheat at number 10. We interviewed the game’s creator at Melbourne Game Jam a few months ago and it was awesome to see how far their prototype had come. We constantly found ourselves wanting to come back to this booth and that’s why we think it deserves a spot on this list.

At number 9 is Battlecry. This free-to-play game by Bethesda was the biggest single game booth on the floor. The live commentary and sizeable screen made this stall stand out.

At number 8 we have the Cards Against Humanity stall. This was a great surprise to see at the expo. The creators launching their Australian edition and doing signings.

At number 7 it’s Xbox indie area. These games, while not all Xbox exclusive, gave attendees an opportunity to play the great upcoming indie titles.

At number 6 we have the Nintendo area. This section showed of Nintendo’s upcoming games such as Super Smash Brothers and Splatoon as well as giving attendees a look at the new 3DS.

At number 5, it’s the Ubisoft booth. One of the biggest names at the show, Ubisoft showed off their newest games including Far Cry 4, Assassin’s Creed: Unity and The Crew.

There many great Cosplays around the show and were certainly a highlight of the expo. Here are just a few of the ones we saw.

In at number 3, it’s the console free play area. With a bunch of consoles set up, attendees were given the chance to calm down and play some games; new and old.

At number 2 we have the League of Legends booth. A sea of fans around the stage were enough to prove that LoL is no laughing matter. Ha, I see what you did there.

And at number 1, it’s the indie pavilion. With games like Screencheat, Duet, Framed and many more, this section of the expo was home to massive amount of people wanting to see what the Australian indie scene had to offer.

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