This year's PAX Australia kicked off the three-day marathon of games, tech and pop culture in style. There was a lot to play, and plenty more to see. Here's a glimpse.
The Twitch community showed up in force for this year's PAX Australia.
As did SBS' Michael Hing, who shoutcasted League of Legends matches throughout the day at Lenovo's booth.
Destiny 2 didn't just bring cosplayers to this year's PAX Australia...
...they also brought dogs!
Nvidia gave PAX Australia attendees a chance to test drive the newly-announced GTX 1070 Ti.
Even Age of Empire made an appearance at this year's PAX Australia
In 2017, VR is everywhere at PAX Australia
Lenovo's booth saw them show off the new Star Wars Jedi Challenges augmented reality experience, due to arrive next month at an RRP of $399.
The package - which comes with a VR headset, sensor and lightsaber periperal - promises to pull Star Wars fans closer to The Force than ever before.
Huawei also took PAX Australia as an opportunity to show off their new AI-powered Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro smartphones.
Even Melbourne's own Dumb Ways To Die had a presence.
Detroit: Become Human had a unique, Blade Runner-inspired proposition for PAX attendees.
You might have played Player Unknown's Battlegrounds, but have you played it on Samsung's new 49-inch QLED monitor?
Assassins Creed: Origins is out in retail today but it still made an appearance on the show floor.
God of War fans could also get a sneak-peek at the new game
If eSports are your thing, then the ESL Stage was the place to be.
Hearthstone hasn't got anything on this guy
Projection's booth replicated the game's unique look in a cardboard form
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