Check out the amazing stands, displays, cosplays, tabletop games and case mods from PAX Aus
There's some serious cosplay on show. You can never have too many guns and they can never be too big.
Cloakroom and Weapons check.
Merch Lite booth.
The Last Supper - Star Wars style.
PAX Merch up close.
Cartmen announces a picture contest
The entry hall at PAX Aus.
The PAX Handheld Lounge. It's a bit early.
And the doors have opened! Here's our first view of the massive PAX show floor...
The first things to jump out at us at PAX AUS 2016 are PC case mods. Here's an amazing Pikachu PC made by Australian case modding company, TAG.
There are many more so keep scrolling through the pictures - don't miss the amazing Star Wars, Dr Who and Battlefield 1 case mods.
On top of this we'll be adding cosplay and coverage of the many gaming tournaments running throughout the day.
Colourful Noomi gaming seats and pile pillows.
Gateway to another realm (well... another PAX hall) we'll investigate later...
Epic Star Wars PC case mod
Thermaltake is pushing PC modding hard. And it provides many tools to held create amazing, er, creations.
PC case mod on Thermaltake PAX stand
Rocket League tournament gets under way.
Awesome BattleField 1 PC case mod on Thermaltake PAX stand
PAX prop shop. Power swords, Minecraft pickaxes. Nerdgasm. And I get to buy a Power Sword. Dreams do come true.
Thermaltake's PC parts for case modding at PAX
An Aussie modding company called TAG - Technology and Gaming
Amazing Fallout PC mod at PAX
It's hard to make out, but the key thing with this case mod is the coolant which shimmers and swirls. It has a shelf life before separating. But it looks amazing for a few months.
A PlayStation case mod by TAG at PAX
Case mod by TAG at PAX
Signed Dr Who Tardis PC case mod by TAG.
Finished late last night apparently. This Halo Master Chief helmet is actually a modded XBox One! By TAG at PAX.
Most colourful wall we've seen so far. South Park: The Fractured But Whole at PAX
There are some amazing cosplayers at PAX 2016. These two are very popular.
Stunning cosplay at PAX Aus 2016
Welcome to PAX Aus 2016
I'm sure this wasn't here when we arrived at PAX Aus 2016 this morning.
Toy weapon shop has evolved - at PAX Australia 2016
Well you trade this fine musket for that mighty axe?
Magic: The Gathering gathering.
There's a speed painting contest for miniature figures.
Figure painting at PAX. There's a contest for who can paint the fastest.
Tabletop gaming world IRL - under construction at PAX.
Piles of tabletop board games for you to try out at PAX Aus.
The biggest queues at PAX? For the merch stores of course.
Overwatch peasantry rejected at PAX Aus.
It's 2016. Naturally one of the biggest crowds has gathered to watch Mario being played on the latest Nintendo Switch console.
Some game-related dress-ups for some random games company.
People can pose with a larger-than-life Pokeball.
I call this room the empty Skyrim hangar.
Bumblebee pays a visit.
Tech Assault - laser-based paint-balling.
The only way you'll ever be able to buy a home in Australia.
By far one of the best spectacles at the show. Johann Sebastian Joust. It looks complicated but it's fabulous.
Watching people mincing around playing Johann Sebastian Joust is one of the best things at PAX Aus 2016.
Come to PAX to check out the latest games. End up playing Pinball and Pacman at the retro arcade.
Full-on D&D happening.
Need some scenery for your tabletop games? There's a shop for that at PAX.
Origin had probably the best-looking stand at the whole of PAX.
The Playstation stand.
Logitech's G-themed gaming stand looked fantastic.
HP's relaunch of the Omen gaming brand PCs was a major presence.
VFC. There's a reason there's so much space. This guy was essentially blind shadow boxing while playing the game.
Evergreen - some games are made for specific people.
DragonBall Xenoverse 2 and Tekken 7. There were queues for Tekken.
Final Fantasy XV looking popular.
MSI's gaming laptop with desktop gaming keyboard.
The Australian Institute of ICT had a racing-themed stand.
King's Comics had a massive merch stand.
Many people playing on Origin's high-end PCs.
BenQ and Zowie stand.
The XBox stand.
The Twitch booth.
PS4 VR on show in a Playstation booth.
MSI's funky booth at PAX Aus.
Zelda's 30th Anniversary being celebrated as wall art.
Horizon Zero Dawn looks amazing... going by the booth.
Yo-Kai Watch 2 Bony Spirits so Japan.
Depth VR. We think you play as a shark.
Debug game from Stirfire studios.
Spryke - Mad in Melbourne.
Melbournian developers at PAX Aus. Here's a game called crawl.
More Melbournian games.
An shot of the main floor at PAX Australia 2016.
If you can pick up your pass to PAX early... do so!
Watchdogs 2 queue. Note how local staff are tagged, 'Enforcers.'
Asus ROG stand.
Goat Punks looks like a great four player game.
Echidna Studios shows off Merchants and Mercenaries. The game is not what you think.
Earthwork Games and Forts.
Pinball at PAX.
I wasn't going to add this shot of these two reprobates. But we wanted to hit 100 - reps from Kotaku and MSI.
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