Still no word from the Australian Classification Board, however the lines are long to play Saints Row IV at PAXAus today.
Much of the show floor at this year’s PAXAus festival has been given over to independent developers of video games. Here we can see the talent and ideas behind future directions in gaming. With nary a sequel number in sight, some of these games will be in our living rooms in the not too distant future and PAXAus is doing its best to put these games in our face.
For the first time ever the geek-fest PAX has made its way out of North America and ventured about as far as it could go, to Melbourne Australia. Here are some early impressions before the gates have even opened at PAXAus.
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