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Destructoid LIVE coming to PAX Prime

12:30 PM on 07.09.2010

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Destructoid is kind of a big deal, or so we've heard. A huge part of that is our unbelievable fanbase. Another part is the variety of outspoken borderline lunatics who write for it. At PAX Prime, fans and lunatics alike unite for Destructoid LIVE. We've been honored to hold several panels in the past, but at PAX Prime, Destructoid aims to give you the most entertaining, fan-servicing, AMAZING show yet!

Destructoid Live will feature three of the Dtoid's most colorful characters -- Jim Sterling, Jonathan Holmes and Chad Concelmo. We'll be covering a variety of topics, including review controversies, videogame JOURNALISM, the sometimes scary world of reader interaction, and whatever else we decide to ramble about. 

Dtoid Live is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, September 4th at 10:30am in the Unicorn Theatre. Dates, times and locations are subject to change and we'll let you know well ahead of time. If you're attending PAX and you enjoy Destructoid, we humbly ask that you consider spending a little time with us. There will be prizes! Maybe. No definitely... possibly. 

Oh, and if you have any ideas for topics or things you would like to see us do, then TELL US! We want this to entertain you, and we will have a better idea of what entertains you if you let us know!


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