PAX Prime 2011 is now at a close after day 3, but not without some last executions for skipping lines, getting torched by a flamethrower, and cool statues coming to life.
While filming the Rayman interview at the very vibrant and colorful Ubisoft booth, the Just Dance 3 music was playing and Mordil couldn’t get enough of it to resist from dancing. Just like Beararms who couldn’t resist picking up a “pimp” cane and hat to pose for a profile picture.
Finally, as the last homage to PAX, as people were getting kicked out and lights turned on, the employees at the Hi-Rez Studios booth had a little fun with extra promotional stickers by placing them on none other than unsuspecting Mordil. Toting around stickers everywhere in random places on his body, Mordil showed his Hi-Rez love by doing free advertising for 3 blocks to the car for the drive home.
Check out the gallery and FireFall’s animated statue after the break. Stay tuned for a full FireFallinterview later this week.
With Friday in the bag, Saturday comes up with a routine more set in, and more time to spare, allowing us to wait in those pesky lines.
Firefall was our major attraction and coverage of the day, with the interviewed being well spoken and taking the camera time to have what iTZKooPa coined “masturbation of the mouth”. We even managed to hit the “Holy Grail” at PAX Prime: Skyrim (if you don’t get that, you’re not trying hard enough).
On the way out the door, we ran into our good pal from Star Wars, R2-D2 and Beararms felt he needed some lovin’. Finishing off the long day with a late night of the annual PAX Prime Jonathan Coulton Concert. Continue Reading
Continuing with giving you a teaser of photographic content to keep you thirsty for more as we polish off the content we have for you to grasp onto until release dates happen, here is Day 1 of PAX Prime 2011.
Day 1 was filled with a busy schedule as we ran as a pack of wolves with delicious prey to each booth to meet our appointments, ultimately in the end missing a few. Our schedules booked all day, we found only little downtime to meet with our old friends at Hi-Rez Studios and Riot Games, creators of Global Agenda and League of Legends .
Beararms managed to hop on a DDO station as we were in the area for an appointment, to recreate his infamous D&D character, Adam Grizzlys, visually. Along with a surprise of Batman: Imposters booth babe, and the bright lights, we Lorehounds managed to see a ton of things this year in one day. Continue Reading
PAX Prime 2011 has come and gone, and with it, memories, photos, and video interviews. We have a whole smörgåsbord of content in tow for you readers (or is it watchers with videos?) to devour in your hunger for MMO gaming industry news. Enjoy the photos of all three days as we prepare the videos for your pleasure.
From chilling in our hotel room and getting our electronics hooked up, to Gameworks for mingling fun, we have some early photos of the convention floor and the surrounding Downtown Seattle Blocks of PAX Prime 2011. Continue Reading
I don’t remember how I found this, but I did and I can’t get enough of it. Produced for those out there who take role-playing to heart (Beararms and Mordil – as they’ve mentioned countless times in their LiveCast), it uses an interesting switch of words on “Like a G6″ by Far East Movement.
Of course, it’s set on the premise of playing 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons, and has little love by those who are die-hard v3.5 (or Pathfinder) players, but it can easily be set up as a mantra for any role-playing game using the d20 system.
It is written by Connor Anderson and Zac Smith. Enjoy!