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One of the pleasant surprises from PAX East was the reviving of local multiplayer games, particularly when it comes to co-operative gameplay. The best example of this was Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.
I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Square Enix’s next-gen release, MURDERED: Soul Suspect, so when I got the chance to demo it at PAX East this year, I was really excited! Let’s just get right into it, shall we?
One of the best aspects about conventions is the cosplay, and one thing we like to do when we attend these conventions, is keep our eyes peeled for some of the most awesome outfits that we can share with you guys who didn’t get to see them in person. At this year’s PAX East, we […]
Prepare for PAX South! Among the barrage of exciting news coming from PAX East this weekend was the announcement of a previously hinted at PAX event to debut in 2015.
PAX East 2014 is right around the corner, and we've compiled a PAX East party list worthy of Game Fanatics. Check it out!
The exhibit floor of PAX East 2013 was incredibly impressive. Sadly, it appears that we won’t be able to say the same from 2014. Some key names aren’t attending.
One of the coolest moments for us last year at PAX Prime was getting to interview Amie Lynn. Most of you probably know her as a YouTube personality or cosplayer, we know her as a die-hard video game fanatic.
At PAX Prime last year we got the chance to get some dope hands-on action with Klei Entertainment’s latest game, Invisible, Inc (previously Incognita). We had a blast, got it all on video, just for you.
To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from Beyond: Two Souls.
One of the most exciting titles we saw at PAX Prime this year, if you ask this guy, was the new installment of the Legend of Zelda series: A Link Between Worlds.
I’m just going to come right out and say the important bit: Dying Light may have been the best game at PAX Prime this year. If that’s a question that you’ve been wishing you had the answer to, than there it is.
While at PAX Prime, The Game Fanatics got a chance to talk with co-creator Tommy Tallarico of Video Games Live.