The lights are on
PAX East has descended upon Boston once again, and Game Informer (well, just me) is there to take part in the festivities. The final day is wrapping up as I type this, and I managed to grab some shots on the show floor. Take a look:
A forbidden love.
Gumby confidently struts across the show floor.
Thief may have just been announced, but these props are already on display on the show floor.
Corners of the hall were guarded by Portal turrets and...pig unicorns, I think?
Walking around a crowded convention center on stilts sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Thought these people were playing Johann Sebastian Joust, but they didn't have any Move controllers. Your guess is as good as mine.
In his old age, Sam's getting pretty bad at staying in the shadows.
A look at the floor as the final day of PAX East draws to a close.
Click on for a look at day two.
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PAX was cool this year, NOW BRING ON GDC! I NEED TO GET MY METAL GEAR FIX!
Those guys you thought were jousting are playing a game called "Ninja" or something, I think. In case anyone wanted to know.
that guy in the red suit with luigi is Dart from the Legend of Dragoon. I loved that game from the PSone days. Completely underrated.
I'm so jealous of you GI folks. Thanks for sharing your job duties with us.
Epic. Wish I could get to meet one of you GI guys sometimes. That'd be epic.
I don't think i will be able to look at the Professor Layton series the same ever again...
HOLY *** GUMBY
The pig unicorn is the Baloonicorn from Team Fortress 2
The guy on stilts is cosplaying as Fiddlesticks. He's well known in the League of Legends community. I'm fairly certain that the Johann Sebastian Joust guys were playing Ninja, a game where you take turns trying to slap each other's wrists.
No Rockstar Games this time :(
The pig unicorns are from Team Fortress 2. Ahhh, Valve. Give us a new Half Life already.
Great pics, looks like a good time
thief looks awesome
They're BALOONICORNS, not "pig unicorns".