September 8th, 2010
PS. I SO played Duke Nukem Forever.
Wow, another PAX goes by and I’m still barely getting my voice back. But hey, it was well worth it. Oh, I didn’t get sick either! *crosses fingers*
I don’t want to rub it in or anything, but in case you didn’t get to go… you missed a ton of amazing stuff. From our custom PAX 2010 A30s to kick-ass Frag Doll parties to most importantly, Duke Nukem Forever.
Not only were we the Official Headset of PAX, we also made a very special PAX 2010 edition of our A30 Headset. Gotta admit, it was pretty sweet to see tons of PAX attendees walking around wearing them.
Our booth was smack dab in the middle of EA, 2K Games, Alienware, NVIDIA and Telltale Games. Definitely a good spot to be in, especially when we were setting up Thursday night and I spotted Duke Nukem posters on 2K’s booth. I thought to myself “No… This can’t be. This is some kind of joke.” The next day, the announcement goes out on the wire and I’m freaking out like that Nintendo 64 Christmas kid. Ok, not exactly but that’s how I felt on the inside.
Before you ask, I did play the game and it is exactly what I expected it to be. Over the top, ridiculous, and awesome with the best one-liners that gamers will be quoting for the next 10 years.
If you didn’t get to stop by our booth, you had the chance to try our headsets over at Ubisoft (Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, HAWX 2 and Outland), EA (especially the Dead Space 2 booth), Capcom, SEGA, HotHead, Machinima, Wizards of the Coast and Instant Action. And you missed your chances at winning bunches of custom Ubisoft and Machinima A30s. Gotta pay attention, especially at PAX East 2011!
Another PAX goes by and we can’t wait for the next one. Each year you see old friends, make new ones and all of the sudden, you miss everything and everyone. Gotta love it.
Till next time,
- ASTRO stanimal
B-B-B-B-B-Balls of steel.