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Once a year, gaming nerds from far and wide doff their headsets, clamber off their sweat-dampened Aeron knockoffs, emerge from their dark burrows, and converge on Seattle -- for a chance to put headsets on and play video games standing up. This is PAX! And we were there. See the Woot blog for our complete PAXtastic coverage!
All I can say about PAX is "Ow, my legs." Well, I could say more, but that's all I'm thinking right now.
johngietzen wrote:All I can say about PAX is "Ow, my legs." Well, I could say more, but that's all I'm thinking right now.
TWICE a year. Show PAX East some love.
East Siiiide reppin'. Or something like that.
PAX nerds descend on Seattle once a year.
matthew wrote:PAX nerds descend on Seattle once a year.
What's this descend business, lots of them just live here!
I wasn't able to go,
What's that game being played at the end?
inkycatz wrote:What's this descend business, lots of them just live here!
OK, sure, some emerge from the local substrate. I regret the oversight.
SkyHolzinger wrote:What's that game being played at the end?
Dunno! It was in one of the tabletop retailers' rooms. But I didn't get any closer a look at it than you see here.
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