Briscon was held over the weekend of 30th of April to the 1st of May and I dropped in for a few hours. Held in Windsor Table Tennis Centre, as soon as you walk in you can
PAX may seem like a video game exhibition when you first walk in, but it is bigger and more extensive than that.
As soon as you walked in the door your senses are overwhelmed. Colourful booths, big screens and even a real APC parked on the middle of the show floor.
With the imminent arrival of the next Penny Arcade Expo I thought I would run through a few tips and tricks that I’ve picked up going to PAX in the past, as well as other conventions. Some
OZ Comic Con Sydney happened not too long ago, and I was lucky enough to be able to attend both days. For those who’ve never seen me around at cons, my usual strategy tends to involve an
Covering a ‘Con’ like OzComicCon is difficult. This is because we at ATGN understandably limit our coverage to tabletop related topics. As the result, we have to act like tabletop enthusiasts exist in a isolated vacuum in pop
Supanova can be described as a pop culture expo centred on film, television and anime with panels structured for attendees to meet celebrities for photos and signings. That’s not to say that there weren’t things there for
So while a great many tabletop gamers where either attending PAX Australia or at least having their attention captured by it (and hopefully our live updates on Facebook) I spent Sunday afternoon driving across Brisbane to take
It’s the biggest gaming exhibition in Australia, with tens of thousands of people attending last year, PAX Australia is back this year with a bigger venue and more gaming goodness. For those unfamiliar with PAX, it’s
Oz Comic-Con Sydney has come and gone, and there was plenty there to keep the average punter happy. The convention itself had some dedicated areas to gaming, including a big screen for the new Super Smash Brothers,