You Can Play Super Mario Bros. Wonder Early At PAX Aus

Australia’s largest gaming festival, PAX Aus is returning for their 10th year with a stellar Expo Hall booths, panels and tournament lineup. Nintendo is headlining this year’s Expo Hall, which is returning to PAX Aus this year with Super Mario Bros. Wonder, which can be played on the show floor before its release on 20th October. SEGA and Bethesda will also be present, along with major brands across tabletop and card games, plus interesting Indie games, which are always a highlight.

The expo hall attendees and map are now available on the PAX Aus website, so eager fans can plan their destinations once inside. Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. Wonder will be at Booth 1020, in the centre of all the action on the show floor. SEGA will attend PAX Aus this year with a booth showcasing Sonic Superstars and Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name. Indie games from Australia and beyond will also be present on the Expo Hall floor. A total of 15 titles from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines will feature a variety of game genres, from turn-based RPGs to Southeast Asian-inspired Diablo-likes and even restaurant management sims.

Tabletop fans will have plenty to do with Star Wars: Unlimited being demo-ed for the first time in Australia at PAX Aus. Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering is also a major feature in the tabletop and card games section. Attendees will be able to learn to play Dungeons & Dragons and visit the D&D Superstore, containing sourcebooks, minis collectibles and more. With the success of Baldur’s Gate 3, it’s an excellent time to try Dungeons & Dragons if you haven’t already. For Magic: The Gathering fans, you can learn to play with the latest Wilds of Eldraine set or bring your own cards and challenge unsuspecting attendees.

PAX Aus 2023 takes place October 6-8 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information and badges, please visit the official website.

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Jordan Tyack
Jordan Tyack is a writer passionate about video games, MCU, basketball, reading and everything in between. His favourite genres are RPGs and the occasional shooter games. When not obsessing about the Miami Heat, Jordan can be found drinking wine with his cats and watching a good movie.

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