Another year, and another PAX has passed by. I played games, met with people and thankfully I’m not recovering from some nasty post-convention flu. (I am sleeping a lot more, though.)

Alas, there wasn’t any big outside-of-PAX events that I was aware of, nothing as awesome as last year’s Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary expo thing that Square-Enix did with playable copies of FF2 and 3 on the original Famicom. (you can see that blog entry I made of it last year here.) What I did notice around the Seattle area was a flood of gaming-related entities. From seeing ads for games, to seeing retail stores show their slight understanding of video game culture. So I took a few pictures of them while I was around Seattle.

Most people who were walking to or from the convention center saw this one from the nearest Starbucks (out of about the 50 other Starbucks in Seattle). I have to give credit to the sign-maker for making a Ms. Pac-Man reference.

I don’t drink coffee, so I didn’t go in and try it. Was anyone else willing to give that a whirl?

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