PAX Prime 2014

So, if you hadn't heard, Axiom Verge was at PAX Prime, again at the Sony booth!  

 Here's the Sony booth.  The layout was a bit awkward this time, but it didn't seem to keep a steady stream of players from squeezing in.  You can see  Matt Bodega  helping to set up.

Here's the Sony booth.  The layout was a bit awkward this time, but it didn't seem to keep a steady stream of players from squeezing in.  You can see Matt Bodega helping to set up.

Again I had two Kiosks.

 This was the same demo shown at E3.

This was the same demo shown at E3.

I  hung out a lot with Dan Adelman, who I hope to work with in the future.  He introduced me to a lot of folks and gave some of his industry insight.


I went to a couple of more parties this time, and Chloe was there to take some pictures.  Here's me with Ian Stocker, of Escape Goat fame.

Here I am looking super chunky, talking with Susan Wright of Life Goes On, Dan Adelman, and Ryan Roth, the composer for Starseed Pilgrim and many others.

Below is a very expressive Phedran (a prominent indie youtube personality), Susan Wright, Dan Adelman, and myself.

I met Cale Bradbury and some folks from Klei at the "Humble Bundle Party".  Cale is a master of all kinds of trippy games and art (like Snakes on a Cartesian Plane).  He gave me a zine created entirely from sine waves.  Here he is playing Axiom Verge.

Tim Schafer did his Grim Fandango signing in the next row over from AV.

And then, I went insane!  No, just kidding.  I really don't know how to end this.  For the most part it was a very busy 4 days of introducing people to AV, doing interviews, and going to parties with industry folk.  We should be seeing more stuff come online over the next few weeks!