PAX South: Panels of Interest (Saturday)

Once again, although there are no Nintendo-specific panels happening at PAX South, we’ve gone through the program and highlighted several panels each day that we think might be of interest to our readers. This may be due to content, the list of panelists, or just general thematic ties.

Please remember that these suggestions are entirely subjective, and we encourage you to flip through the program on your own to find things that interest you—but perhaps our suggestions will cause something to jump out at you that you wouldn’t otherwise have noticed!

  • Armadillo Theatre: Pixel Poetry: Gaming and its Worldwide Creative Influence (4:30pm-5:30pm)
    • “Between profound wall murals, towering mech art installations, the Smithsonian, and more – we can now accept the widespread creative culture that gaming has come to influence. No longer narrowly seen as a strict source of entertainment, we have come to realize what the gaming industry is capable of in its place among the arts. Six amazing industry personalities talk about where we are, where we’re going, and what we can do now to change the meaning of gaming forever.”

 

  • Bobcat Theatre: GameTrailers Pop Fiction: Video Game Myths and Mysteries (8:30pm-9:30pm)
    • “Have you ever wondered whether it was possible to jump over the flag pole in Super Mario Bros.? Revive Aeris in Final Fantasy VII? Obtain the Triforce in Ocarina of Time? Or play as Sheng Long in Street Fighter? Wonder no more. Join Pop Fiction producer Michael Damiani as he takes you through the world of video game myths and debuts a brand new episode FIRST at PAX South!”

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