Sarcasticgamer Interviews Gstaff

Posted on September 15, 2010

Sarcasticgamer interviews Matt “Gstaff” Grandstaff about Fallout:New Vegas, an almost surreal…
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Valve Announces Portal 2 Co-op Mode at PAX

Posted on September 14, 2010

Possibly as one of their previously mentioned “Big Surprises” Valve released info on Portal 2’s multiplayer Coop mode at the Penny…
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PAX Recap Post

Posted on September 09, 2010

PAX is over. It was HECTIC to say the least, but it was REALLY fun. There was so much going on it’s tough to figure out where to start, so I’m going to start with the NFSHP Photobooth.

The NFS Photobooth was set up at the front of the NFSHP booth at PAX. It was VERY popular as we had over 1,200 people take their photos this weekend… Here are 6 of them.

You can see ALL of the mugshots taken at Seacrest County PD’s website!

As you can see, the photobooth helped keep the NFSHP booth packed.

That’s because we had 8 gaming stations with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit set up on them as well as a HUGe 103” TV screen.

The booth was where a lot of action was going on, but we all know PAX is a huge show with a lot of things to offer. One of those things is, of course, COSTUMES! There were a bunch of costumes seen this weekend, so here are a couple of them. I’ll be posting more this week :)

All in all, it was a ridiculously fun time. We can’t wait for PAX next year!

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67,600 pack into PAX Prime, third expo rumored

Posted on September 09, 2010

Seattle gaming-for-gamers expo reaches record numbers yet again; speculation about international Penny Arcade event surfaces.

As has been the case since its founding, the Penny Arcade Expo has posted larger attendance figures with each subsequent year. According to PC gaming site the Big Download, a record 67,600 people piled into the Washington State Convention Center for PAX Prime, which ran September 3-5. That’s a significant jump from the 60,750 people who showed for PAX 2009.

The renaming of the main event was due to the premiere of an East Coast-spinoff, PAX East, which itself drew nearly 53,000 attendees when it ran March 26-28. The event was such a hit that the organizers of both events, Reed Exhibitions, have signed a contract to hold PAX East at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center through 2013.

From its humble beginnings in 2004, when just 3,300 fans of the game-focused Web comic Penny Arcade turned up, PAX has turned into a major fixture of the yearly game-expo circuit. One reason is that unlike other US gaming expos, such as the Game Developers Conference and the Electronic Entertainment Expo, it is open to the public. As a result, the size of the event is limited only by the venue itself, with Penny Arcade business manager Robert Khoo telling the Big Download that this year’s event was almost too large.

The pair of comic artists is also pondering a third expo, according to game-industry site Gamasutra. In a Q&A session on the final day of PAX 2010, Penny Arcade co-authors Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins reportedly hinted they and Reed Exhibitions were considering a third PAX. The locale would likely be an international city that has yet to be determined.

For a full rundown of this year’s event, visit GameSpot’s complete coverage of PAX 2010.

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67,600 pack into PAX Prime, third expo rumored” was posted by Tor Thorsen on Wed, 08 Sep 2010 16:17:08 -0700

IGN Girlfight Episode 21: PAX 2010 Panel

Posted on September 08, 2010

We went to PAX and faced a crowd.

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TRON: Evolution PAX 2010 Gameplay Video

Posted on September 07, 2010

Check out the nonstop action in this latest gameplay video for Tron: Evolution.

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TRON: Evolution PAX 2010 Gameplay Video” was posted by DanM on Tue, 07 Sep 2010 11:09:46 -0700

Duke Nukem Forever demo incoming?

Posted on September 07, 2010

Gearbox head Randy Pitchford says that a preview of the 2011 360, PS3, and PC shooter is “important,” currently working on timing with publishers.

Duke Nukem Forever, a game long dismissed as vaporware, materialized in a big way at last week’s Penny Arcade Expo. In a lavish surprise unveiling, Borderlands’ Gearbox Software announced that it had taken over development of the game, which had been in development at the quasi-defunct studio 3D Realms since 1997.
According to Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, Gearbox has also bought the Duke Nukem intellectual property outright and will develop all future installments in the franchise.

Not only was Duke Nukem Forever unveiled at PAX, but it was also playable in demo form on the show floor. And although the game won’t be released until 2011 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC, Pitchford told UK gaming site VG247 that he is already looking at ways to release a demo to the millions of gamers who weren’t at the event.

“I think that is an important thing to do,” he told the site. “Now that the cat’s out of the bag we can actually make those plans. Now we can get with retailers and figure out the launch window, and figure out demo timing, and work with the first-parties on that. We weren’t able to do that until this point.”

As outlined in GameSpot’s hands-on preview from PAX, the game will feature the crude humor and hectic action that are the franchise’s hallmarks. For more on Duke Nukem Forever, watch GameSpot’s interview with Gearbox’s Pitchford below.

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Duke Nukem Forever demo incoming?” was posted by Tor Thorsen on Tue, 07 Sep 2010 12:07:33 -0700

Two new Fallout: New Vegas clips

Posted on September 06, 2010

Want to see some more of Fallout: New Vegas? IGN has filmed some footage from the recent PAX…
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PAX 2010 Video Feature: Daily Wrap Up Day Two

Posted on September 06, 2010

We get you caught up on all things PAX in this Daily Wrap Up for Day Two at PAX 2010 in Seattle.

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PAX 2010 Video Feature: Daily Wrap Up Day Two” was posted by gslive on Sun, 05 Sep 2010 06:15:21 -0700

PAX 2010 Video Feature: Windows Phone 7

Posted on September 06, 2010

We break away from the PAX 2010 showfloor for a quick look at Windows Phone 7.

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PAX 2010 Video Feature: Windows Phone 7” was posted by gslive on Sun, 05 Sep 2010 13:10:41 -0700

PAX 2010 Video Feature: Day One Daily Wrap Up

Posted on September 05, 2010

GameSpot editors Tom Magrino and Shaun McInnis team up with Editor-in-Chief Ricardo Torres for a PAX 2010 Day One daily wrap up.

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PAX 2010 Video Feature: Day One Daily Wrap Up” was posted by gslive on Sat, 04 Sep 2010 18:38:00 -0700

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 Demo 1

Posted on September 05, 2010

GameSpot gets in a demo for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 at PAX 2010 in Seattle.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 Demo 1” was posted by gslive on Sun, 05 Sep 2010 00:13:23 -0700

TERA PAX 2010 TERA Interview: Brian Knox 1

Posted on September 05, 2010

GameSpot interviews TERA Senior Producer Brian Knox at PAX 2010 in Seattle.

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TERA PAX 2010 TERA Interview: Brian Knox 1” was posted by gslive on Sun, 05 Sep 2010 03:23:05 -0700

PAX 2010 Keynote Video Feature: Warren Spector 1

Posted on September 05, 2010

We kickoff PAX 2010 with the keynote address by Junction Point founder Warren Spector.

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PAX 2010 Keynote Video Feature: Warren Spector 1” was posted by gslive on Sat, 04 Sep 2010 17:25:03 -0700


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