I’ll be the first to admit it, I didn’t get Minecraft. I was too old when it first hit and the inner-hipster in me has a penchant for avoiding the popular. That meant the little-game-that-could flew over my head faster than a rational thought over Elon Musk’s. Continue reading
In an exclusive behind closed doors session at PAX Aus, we were treated to an early look at the first new game to come out of Riot Games’ studio since its inception. Developers of the massively popular League of Legends (LoL) Riot revealed their next game would be a free-to-play strategy card game called “Legends of Runeterra” (LoR). Continue reading
Hidden away behind one of the Alienware booth’s walls was a secret room barely big enough to hold a couple of chairs and a small desk. Seated inside of it was one very hoarse Chris Sutphen whom spent the PAX Aus weekend doing his best to talk above the showroom’s deafening roar. Global Marketing Director at Alienware Chris was kind enough to grant me entry into his showroom sanctuary for a quick chat about the company’s move into OLED as well as their recent brand redesign and what that means for them moving forward. Continue reading
Join James Croft, Raj Deut, and Anthony Agius as we wander through the fields of technology news for this week. We got the government sharing your deets like they’re confetti at a wedding. We got EVs! So tantalizing, but much like a pair of socks on Osher Günsberg, nowhere to be seen. We got another Apple event coming up, will I finally get that PowerBook G5 I’ve been longing for? And much more. Shooooow notes, light the corners of my mind. Misty water-coloured shoooooow notes, of the show we did.
Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) Australia is my favourite event of the year. Taking place for the third time the show continues to grow bigger, attract larger exhibitors and provide an impressive array of speakers and panelists from around the world.