This roundup of PAX East coverage looks at the overall experience, the social side of the show, a look at each day and what was seen and focused articles on six great games.
While PAX East is primarily about games it also a very social experience. Meeting, socializing and talking to new people in and out of the Industry is one of the best parts of the PAX experience and year by year it just gets better.
Two of the best games I got to experience at PAX East were The Last Worker, a dystopic feeling first person adventure and Arcade Paradise a deep arcade business sim packed with character and extras.
The 4th and Final day of PAX East was full of games from Cursed to Golf to Brick Tales and Asterigos to The Last Hero of Nostalgaia all the games were quite different but very fun.
Day three of PAX East 2022 was filled with exploring, old fashioned soft drinks, D&D, Magic The Gathering and a great pixelated game called No Place For Bravery.
Another round of great games at PAX East 2022 including the action romp TMNT: Shredder's Revenge and the dark and quirky Cult of the Lamb.
While visiting #PAXEast 2022 I was able to check out Phantom Brigade and Industries of Titan, two very different but equally amazing experiences.
PAX East is back after two years and while the experience was smaller, calmer and everyone was masked, it was an exuberant and joyful event.
Tunic may look like a Zelda clone but it is so much more. Challenging, beautiful, interesting and complex. This is a must play experience.
From April 21-24, PAX East welcomes the global gaming community once again to join a massive show floor replete with AAA creators for sneak peeks at the future of gaming. Witness the next step on the road to the launch of Baldur’s Gate III with Larian Studios. Gearbox Software returns after their blockbuster unveiling of Borderlands 3 at PAX …