By ahgunsillyo 4 Comments
PAX was a really great time once again this year in Seattle, as I got to see and play a whole slew of big-name titles for which I am already very excited, as well as some new indie titles I learned about for the first time. Not only that, but I was incredibly lucky enough to meet a number of people in the industry whom I admire very much, including the Supergiant team, Ken Levine, Randy Pitchford, and of course, the Giant Bomb crew. All in all, I had a fantastic time.
This year, my good friend Clint (his Giant Bomb user page is linked right there) and I had the odd idea of recording ourselves talking about PAX and the games we saw there this year. We used Audioboo, which limits each recording to 5 minutes, so we dedicated 5 minutes to each game. We failed at wrapping up each segment as the 5 minute mark drew near, so we often get cut off at the end of each segment before saying all that we wanted to say about the game.
Thanks so much for those of you who actually feel like listening to these, and I'm sorry if my voice sucks; it's my first time doing these weird impromptu recordings. And we'll probably do more of these sometime; Clint's iPhone overheated before we could finish talking about the games we had seen at that point, and we saw more games after we recorded these.