It should be no surprise that Rockstar Games is focused on introducing (and re-introducing) the Max Payne franchise to gamers new and old. What is surprising – at least to me – is that part of the Payne universe is extending to mobile.
Day one of my PAX East experience started with Agnieszka Szóstak, the Marketing Specialist for CD Projekt RED...the fine folks behind The Witcher 2 and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
One title I only passed by during my time at PAX East this year was Rockstar Games L.A. Noire. Are murder mysteries not my thing? Of course they are. I spent more time in the 80's watching TV shows like Murder She Wrote, Columbo, and Perry Mason than I probably should admit. Did I bear some kind of grudge against Rockstar Games? Hardly. Rockstar publishes a few of my favorite titles, with Grand Theft Auto IV ranking pretty high up on my "favorite games of all times" list. So then, what could my reason be?
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.