The Lego Batman video game was the first Lego game to use voice acting. It also implemented an open world environment. The Lego games rekindled my love for all things Lego, kudos to their marketing/development team, and I now own quite a few Lego Marvel mini figs. Fun fact: Lego is the world's largest tire manufacturer.
Our board game related cosplay of the day comes from the Soda Pop Miniatures booth at Gen Con. Marie-Claude Bourbonnais cosplays as Cerci from the Relic Knights game, whom I believe is a character based on Marie-Claude. If this is true, does that mean she's cosplaying as herself? Mind = blown.
Cosplayer: Marie-Claude Bourbonnais @mcbourbonnais1
Character: Cerci from Relic Knights
Photographer: Richard Miles
Taken at Gen Con 2014
In my previous Gen Con post, I essentially teased you with a few pictures of the crowds inside the Exhibition Hall at the convention center. Now for some good stuff: the insanely awesome booth displays and fantastic banners. Companies go all out trying to draw attention to their booth/products. Some of the displays are actually quite amazing. I don't even want to think about the money it takes to build and ship some of this stuff. Here is a taste of what was there.
Didn’t get a chance to go to Gen Con this year? That’s okay; I took enough pictures for the both of us. During the next few days I’ll post pictures and recaps of my experience. It will be just like you were there!
This initial post consists of pictures taken in the main Exhibition Hall, Event Hall, and a few other areas around the convention center. I take you straight to the action and into the crowd so you can see what it was like to be one of the 56,000+ people in at...