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The Daily Hotness: Let's talk about PAX, baby

11:59 PM on 09.05.2013 // Darren Nakamura
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Check out everything Destructoid did today

A week ago, a lot of us were leaving for PAX. Today, we're still bringing coverage from the four day show, as well as tales of our exploits after hours. It feels weird being back at home now.

On Destructoid, Jamie completed a new challenge in Challenge Scot, Jordan showcased the worm and the mother ship in the Daily Spelunk, Chris reviewed a Pokémon game, Kyle reviewed a Tales game, a whole lot of us previewed stuff from PAX, and a bit more happened on this fine day.

Destructoid Original: 
Challenge Scot: Running solo in Left 4 Dead 2
Travel to strange lands - The Daily Spelunk
Live show: Rayman Legends


Community: 
Community blogs of 9/5
Forum thread of the day: Your Top 10 Games This Last Gen

Reviews: 
Review: Pokemon Rumble U
Review: Tales of Xillia


Previews: 
PixelJunk Inc. looks mmm mmm good
Audiosurf 2 adds more flash and takes it literally
Extraction: A free-to-play FPS with some solid roots


PAX: 
This is what it's like to be part of the Dtoid family
Digging into retro platformer Shovel Knight
There's some hope for Sonic Lost World
Taking down a boss in Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
Contrast lets you solve puzzles in the 1920s as a shadow
Your PAX Prime 2013 group shot and community photos!




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