[PAX] PAX Prime 2012 Pt.2


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We thought it was over too- but when I checked and found out that there was nearly 20 more photos added to our exclusive PAX Prime 2012 coverage, I was making an expression similar to the one Morgan Webb is making above. "Ohhh yea...."
Can't keep them to myself of course, they're just too awesome.
Hope you enjoy this unexpected part 2. Check out the first part if you haven't yet.
Above is Morgan Webb and Cliffy B. from the awesome but sadly dying brand- G4TV- who we spotted during the event.
Gonna have to get one of those Minecraft Creeper Jackets soon...
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Speaking of Minecraft- I am giving away a Premium Mincraft Creeper T-Shirt from JINX.com to celebrate my new Facebook Page. The contest will end once enough people "like" the page and it reaches 1,000 likes.
A randomly selected winner who has "liked" the Hikaru Kazushime page on Facebook will be selected and sent the Premium T-Shirt alongside a limited edition RA:N Hikaru Kazushime business card autographed by yours truly.

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We also bumped into Mega 64 during the event.
Above they were in mid-livestream.

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There is a plethora of interesting things to do at PAX- one of the biggest ones, is to try and test demos of games that are on display on the show floor.
Loving this shot because you can how many gamers are engaged playing on such wonderfully thin displays from both sides.

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Spartan from Halo.
I really like this lighting which I think was coming from the FireFall area.

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Cosplayer Precious with FireFall comrades. In the previous PAX Prime 2012 post I talked a lot about her and the game. Be sure to check out that post if you haven't yet.

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Some awesome Tekken cosplayers. My favorite Tekken girl is still Riri.

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Who recognizes these guys from Plants VS Zombies?

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Journey cosplay above. You know, I am one of the people who absolutely loved Journey.
It's a PSN exclusive that is one of the most unique experiences I've ever played for a small. short game.
From the artwork, design, and gameplay it is a fun little game I recommend to anyone. Do give it a go if you are on Playstation Network. Trailer below:


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Deku Shrub cosplay from The Legend of Zelda.

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This guy set up a small tattoo parlor in the middle of the con.

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ZombieU was on display at the event.

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Commander Shepard and friends getting down with Dance Central 3.

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More Disney artists live drawing on the show floor.

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Gyakuten Saiban cosplayers, aka the Ace Attorney series.
My favorite character is still Ema Skye after all these years. Don't know why exactly, but I had a huge crush on her when I was 14 hahaha!

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Zombie apocalypse Velma Dinkley from Scooby Doo!

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Cthulhu.

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The Mario steampunk group.

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PAX also has rooms like these where loads of gamers play some of the latest and also classic PC games.

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Moogle spotted.

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Dungeons and Dragons setup. Never really got into D&D myself but I have many friends who play.
Bethesda area in the back.

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Thought this was interesting.

PAX! Prime! 2012! Great show. Will definitely be reporting on PAX again with Prime next year, and the upcoming PAX Dev and PAX East!

Also! Got a few big announcements coming up soon so stay tuned! 




 
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Hikaru Kazushime is an American entrepreneur from the USA who lives in California and is the creator of Run Around:Network, a brand that brings Visual Culture to life. Kazu (called for short) is an active personality in the anime and gaming industries and sub-culture scenes. Kazu resides in his hometown of Sacramento, California where he manages RA:N from his home office. Learn more about Kazu by clicking the "About Hikaru Kazushime" link at the top under the "About" tab.

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