The Daily Hotness: PAX begins

PAX Prime 2012 officially started today, and pictures of staff and community members have already begun to surface. Those of us who are not in Seattle right now are all incredibly jealous.

Fraser reviewed an episode of The Walking Dead, the Final Fantasy series is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and a bunch of coverage has come out of PAX to make the rest of us sad that we’re not there.

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Friday Night Fights: An unusual party

Community blogs of 8/31
Forum thread of the day: Let’s play Werewolf on the forums! (Recruiting players for next game soon)

Review: The Walking Dead: Long Road Ahead

PAX: Take a wild tour through the world of Borderlands 2
PAX: Zen Studios reveals Plants vs Zombies pinball
Destructoid’s Community Choice Award for PAX Prime 2012!
The Dota 2 International is LIVE
PAX: That guy stuck to the LocoCycle bike is named Pablo
PAX Australia and four-day PAX Prime announced
PAX: Powerful new Razer Blade gaming laptop announced
PAX: My favorite cosplay of the show … so far
PAX: Hands-on with Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask

Torchlight 2 finally dated for September 20
Steam Greenlight already had to pull a 9/11 simulator
Skyrim’s Dawnguard DLC may never come to PS3
AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for iOS is on sale
Gotham City Impostors goes free-to-play on Steam
3,000 Guild Wars 2 players banned for vendor exploit
Kill some rats in free iOS game Dishonored: Rat Assassin
I hope this isn’t what Square Enix has in store …
Square announces Lightning Returns Final Fantasy XIII

Final Fantasy chiptune demake albums coming to US/EU
Doggie! Bandai’s Rush toy comes with a Mega Man figurine

Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box announced
Super Time Force has the best videogame trailer ever
Eat some brain while you watch this new ZombiU trailer
Book of Memories gets new screens, fans go apeshit

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