The fun continued on the second day of PAX Australia 2017. Here's some of what we saw.
Razer showed off their new Kiyo webcam and Seiren X microphone.
To show off the capabilities of their new i9 processor, Intel hooked one up to a raceworthy car, which they let attendees drive around in VR
This year's PAX was a first for Lenovo and their Legion gaming brand
Even Macs were welcome in this year's indie pavillion
Microsoft and Rare showed off their new multiplayer pirate game in the most appropriate of venues
As well as the puppy-parade, Destiny 2 also brought a pop-up ramen bar to this year's PAX Australia.
The PAX showfloor was an overclockers paradise.
Even among a sea of cosplayers, Shadowverse's carrot-shaped mascot stood out like a sore thumb.
If there was ever a place to hand out Nvidia 1070 Ti graphics cards like candy, it's PAX.
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