PAX 2015 happened in Seattle over the weekend, and the TR staff was sadly not in attendance. I've decided recently that I travel too much and for the wrong reasons. I need to be attending things like PAX, where I can get the chance to meet readers, instead of just industry-only events. I'm mulling over how to change that fact.
Happily, we still have a first-hand account of some of the goings-on at PAX 2015 courtesy of TR reader Anovoca, who has posted an account of his trip to the show in the forums.
He made his way to a bunch of different booths at the show and got a look at some of the most intriguing upcoming games and the latest hardware capable of running them.
I may have to look into some travel plans for PAX East. Hmm.
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