Monday. PAX East 2011 is over, but the new episode of the ESH Podcast is just beginning! This week the sistah's are joined by ESH alum King Bab yDuck (of BostonBastardBrigade.com) and awesome friends of the show Chris “Kropotkin” O’Regan from SuperHappyFunTimeShow (SHFTS.com) and Edie "GamerEdie" Sellers from GameHounds (GameHounds.net), and this gathering was epic...
It's 6:37pm EDT. The last round of the Omegathon has ended. Gamers, friends and family members pour out of the BCEC slowly, but with smiles upon their faces. Paul and Storm have left the building. Pax East 2011 has come to a close.
Your ever-faithful Pandalicious has finally come out of her stupor like a phoenix from the flame to tell you about her observations on the first day of a much anticipated Pax EAST 2011.
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The first exposure I had to Child of Eden was at developer Ubisoft's press conference last year at E3. The trippy electro-synth-pop music that wafted over me as I sat in the theater instantly reminded me of the PS3 game Flow - one of my all-time favorite games by the way. I found myself thinking, Flow 2 only to be surprised and treated to the introduction of Eden. Fast forward 8 months and I'm at Pax East, where the game is playable.
Let’s face it, Dead Space 2 was a fantastic game. When Visceral announced they were going to release single-player DLC so soon, I was overjoyed. I’ve gotten a chance to download and play Dead Space 2: Severed, but did it live up to the greatness that was Isaac Clark’s second dance with the necromorphs? Read on to find out.
It's not Monday, but we still have a brand new episode of the ESH Podcast to share with you, and as we said yesterday this one is an interview with the last Apple Fellow Guy Kawasaki to talk about his new book, "Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds and Actions."