The Awesome Booths From PAX West | Broken Joysticks

Sep
09

The Awesome Booths From PAX West

Capcom brought a lot of their offerings from E3 to PAX for the public to enjoy. Surprisingly Dead Rising 4 only had 2 demo stations at their official booth although more where playable at the Microsoft booth.

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Indie title Warcube was part of the PAX Rising selection at PAX West.

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Our own Renee Gittin’s “Potions: A Curious Tale” was playable on the show-floor :D!

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Cards Against Humanity had a very creative store front at the entrance to this year’s con.

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It included a hallway that lead to a store where you could buy the subversive card game. Perhaps it was a picture taking opportunity for some.

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Star Trek: Bridge Commander was one of the surprise hits of this past weekend’s convention. Sadly it filled up so quickly that it was by appointment only.

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ARK: Survival Evolved’s T-REX is no stranger to the convention scene, we saw it last @ PAX East.

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Indie title Fox Hole: Persistent Warfare was playable on the show floor.

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RIPTIDE: Renegade GP devs showing off the latest build of their game.

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Gunvolt 2 was fully playable on this large television thanks to a special developer only 3DS unit.

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Friends of the site, the crew behind Star Mazer DSP had a booth at the show on the sixth floor indie scene.

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The Behemoth had an entire arcade of playable titles from both past and present at PAX West for attendees to try.

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Capcom’s Street Fighter V is no stranger to the convention scene, the game had several demo stations lining Capcom’s booth.

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Futuristic racer DISTANCE had this trippy but small booth as part of the PAX Rising selection at PAX West.

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Harmonix’s green room for the 4 person bands @ PAX West was absolutely rockin’!

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Dawn of War III was finally playable @ PAX West, unlike it’s Demo Theater showing at E3.

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WETA Workshop’s booth was full of creative wonders.

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The Rooster Teeth booth had a lot to offer fans of RWBY, Red Vs Blue and the site’s other properties.

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World of Warcraft: Legion Dominated Blizzard’s booth, allowing fans to try out the recently released limited time “Broken Shores” in-game event.

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Fans try out the R.W.B.Y game, recently released on Steam, at the Rooster Teeth booth.

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