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What's on GameRevolution's PAX Prime Saturday Schedule?

Posted on Monday, August 22 @ 18:21:56 Eastern by

Last week I let you in on GameRevolution's PAX Prime 2011 Friday Schedule. It's booked through! I even had to juggle a few items to get the inside scoop on even more gaming goodness for you lovely readers. Today, with this being the week leading up to my first PAX, I thought I'd delve a little deeper and peal back a little bit more of the upcoming schedule.

Saturday kicks off with a meeting at Turtle Beach's booth. They've got an entire line of Modern Warfare 3 tuned audio products to check out. As excited as I am for the game, I don't know how many virtual soldiers will want to shell out the big bugs for these high-end gaming cans. Of course, with millions upon millions of gamers lining up for Activision's latest shooter, there's certainly a market.

Between appointments I'll need to squeeze some time in to meet with our Ultimate Experience contest winner and get him in front of the camera. That won't keep me from making it to Riot Games where they've got a new game to show off, in addition to some League of Legends stuff.

Capcom has me booked for an hour and a half, touring their booth and interviewing the producer behind the latest Dead Rising game, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. I'm struggling to keep my grasp on a lunch break and some more camera time before heading to an appointment with Razer. Following that 2K has me set to play an hour of The Darkness II, capped off with interviews on that title and Borderlands 2.

And all in time for dinner. Check back on Wednesday before I leave for Seattle for Sunday's schedule. I'm sure by the end of the day I'll have filled that final PAX day with a lot more news and hands-on preview time for you readers!
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