PAX Prime 2014 Full Exhibitors List

By Published August 23, 2014 at 2:19 pm
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PAX is always a big event for us. Actually, it was one of the very first events that GamersNexus covered, way back in its infancy. The reason we’ve always liked PAX is the same reason its 70,000+ attendees cling to: It’s a consumer event, prioritizing attendees over everyone else -- that includes media. We get no special treatment there as is oft the case at industry tradeshows, so the feeling of the exhibition is overall more “real.”

The mobile Guidebook app was recently released with the full PAX schedule, the maps, and the list of exhibitors. All of this can be viewed on a desktop here or downloaded to mobile here. Be sure to follow us on twitter, facebook, and YouTube for on-site coverage.

For sake of ease, we’ve listed all of PAX Prime 2014's on-site exhibitors followed by booth or room number. Keep in mind that several game and hardware companies are hosting media display suites off-site that won’t be listed, but will still be covered when our PAX coverage section goes live.

Lots of vendors this year. It seems that PAX’s indie scene has grown uncontrollably, though the hardware presence is as strong as ever. A good selection of Triple-A companies round-out the pack pretty fairly. Let us know if there’s anyone specific you’d like to see us interview.

Edit: It looks like a few exhibitors we're visiting are missing, so there are more yet! We know for a fact that Gigabyte, ZOTAC, NVIDIA, Polk Audio, and several others will be joining the below.

  • Capybara, 111
  • Sony, 112, 122, 212, 222
  • Double Fine, 117
  • 6 Ft, 1230
  • EVGA, 1240
  • Alienware, 1246
  • Reverb, 125
  • Plantronics, 132
  • Spry Fox, 135
  • Bandai Namco, 141
  • 2K Games, 1414, 814
  • Big Fish Games, 142
  • MSI Computer, 1430
  • Sandisk, 1438
  • Pink Gorilla, 149
  • HyperX, 152
  • WB Games, 1640
  • Wizards Of The Coast, 1642, S1
  • Logitech, 1814
  • Bethesda, 2014, 2030, 2046
  • Sega, 232, 652
  • Oculus VR, 242
  • Blizzard, 252, 352
  • SpyParty, 3002
  • The Behemoth, 3003, 3004
  • Supergiant Games, 3010, 3020
  • Telltale Games, 3017
  • Intel, 3103
  • Skull Candy, 3117
  • Gaems Inc, 3203
  • Uber Entertainment, 3209
  • Capcom, 3217
  • Xaviant, 3330
  • Comcast Xfinity, 3342
  • Corsair, 3344
  • Twitch, 3403
  • Kixeye Inc, 3411
  • Pokemon, 3417
  • Klei Entertainment, 3444
  • Machinima, 3446
  • Wargaming.net, 3603, 3617
  • Sony Online, 3625
  • Square Enix, 3630
  • S2 Games, 3646
  • UDON, 3808
  • Flying Frog, 3810
  • Plyngo, 3812
  • Sanshee, 3822
  • Gunnar Optiks, 3834
  • Fangamer, 3838
  • Microsoft, 412, 422, 432, 6608
  • Turtle Beach, 442
  • Nintendo, 452, 462, 552
  • Undead Labs,    6103, N5
  • Ubisoft, 612, 632, 642, 832
  • Indie Mini Booth, 662
  • 17-BIT, 667
  • Indie TableTop, 668
  • Q-Games, 669
  • Choice Provisions, 673
  • The Started Hare, 675
  • Red Hook Studios, 676
  • Turtle Sandbox, 677
  • Question, 679
  • Juggernaut Games, 681
  • Kitfox Games, 682
  • Witch Beam Games, 683
  • Amplitude, 684
  • White Lotus, 685
  • Pocketwatch Games, 762
  • Samurai Punk, 766
  • Love Conquers All, 768
  • Vlambeer, 770
  • Refract Studios, 775
  • Defiant, 777
  • Dennaton, 778
  • Hopoo Games, 781
  • Marauder Interactive, 782
  • Ska Studios, 783
  • E McNeill, 784
  • Team Gemini, 785
  • MTB Design Works, 786
  • SoundSelf, 788
  • Astro Gaming, 842
  • Asteroid Base, 863
  • Behold Studios, 865
  • Team Meat, 866
  • DoubleBear, 867
  • Acidnerve, 869
  • Indie MEGABOOTH, 870
  • Metanet Software, 871
  • Funktronic Labs, 875
  • Giant Games, 876
  • Sirvo, 877
  • Robot Loves Kitty, 880
  • Radial Games, 881
  • Northway Games, 883
  • Croteam, 884
  • Infinitap Games, 885
  • Interdimensional, 886
  • Tap Happy, 887
  • Warner Bros, S2wb
  • Mayfair Games, SKY1
  • Dark Horse Comics, SKY10
  • Wishes, SKY2
  • Geek Chic HQ, SKY3
  • Privateer Press, SKY5
  • Chessex, SKY7
  • Think Geek, SKY9
  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection PAX Invitational, WSCC, Level 3   
  • Motiga, PC Room
  • BenQ, PC Room
  • Ancient Wonders, Annex, Level 1
  • Catalyst Game Labs, WSCC, Level 2
  • Fantasy Flight Games, WSCC, Level 2
  • Japanime Games, WSCC, Level 2
  • Fire Opal, Motif Seattle, Level 3
  • Games on Demand, WSCC, Level 3
  • Gamma Ray Games,     WSCC, Level 3
  • Go To Games, WSCC, Level 2
  • Green Ronin Games,     WSCC, Level 2
  • Ninja Division, WSCC, Level 3
  • Olympic Cards and Comics,     Motif, Level 3
  • Paizo, WSCC, Level 2
  • Reaper Miniatures, WSCC, Level 3
  • Soda Pop Miniatures, WSCC, Level 3
  • SFR, Inc, Motif Seattle, Level 4
  • Steve Jackson Games, WSCC, Level 2
  • Uncle's Games, WSCC, Level 2
  • Voodoo Bunny, Motif Seattle, Level 3
  • Skunkwerks Kinetic, Booth 6813
  • YEI Tech, 7407
  • YEI Tech, 7407
  • Aterdux Entertainment, 7506
  • Glomtom, 6120
  • Candescent Games, 6916

- Steve "Lelldorianx" Burke.

Last modified on August 23, 2014 at 2:19 pm
Steve Burke

Steve started GamersNexus back when it was just a cool name, and now it's grown into an expansive website with an overwhelming amount of features. He recalls his first difficult decision with GN's direction: "I didn't know whether or not I wanted 'Gamers' to have a possessive apostrophe -- I mean, grammatically it should, but I didn't like it in the name. It was ugly. I also had people who were typing apostrophes into the address bar - sigh. It made sense to just leave it as 'Gamers.'"

First world problems, Steve. First world problems.

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