PAX: Day 4 Highlights

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Today was the bittersweet last day of PAX. It’s been a crazy, fun weekend for those of you who were able to make it. I hope you had a wonderful time! For those of you who couldn’t make it this year, there’s always next year! Here are some of the things that went on today that you might have missed:

10:00AM-11:30AM: NVIDIA gaming panel – NVIDIA talked about whats new in gaming hardware.

11:30AM: IGN Game Scoop! – IGN talks nonsense…er, I mean…some predictions for next-gen gaming.

1:30pm: Three Decades of Video Game Music

2:00PM-3:00PM: Gender Diversity in Games: Where Are All The Believable Female Characters!?

2:30PM: Penny Arcade Report – On Parenting

2:30PM-3:30PM: Inside Gearbox Software

3:00PM: The Destructiod.TV Panel: We Tricked People Into Liking Us, and You Can Too!

3:30PM: Veterans in Gaming: Embracing Common Ground.

4:00PM: Counter Strike: Global Offensive Tournament

4:30PM: The Brain Dump: Eight Developers Reveal the Dark Secrets of Game Development.

Here are a couple other cool announcements that were made today at PAX:

  • Players will be able to choose their own boss order in Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate. This will make the game harder or easier depending on the order you choose, as each boss gives you different items.
  • The narrator in Supergiant Games’ Transistor will be more of a bodiless NPC that seems to speak for the¬†protagonist, who has lost her own voice. At least, that’s one way of looking at it. Read more here.

This was a great year for PAX; make sure to check out more news articles here at Polygon.

Until next year!

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