This weekend, the city of Seattle will play host to the latest Penny Arcade Expo, also known as PAX Prime. This event allows various types of gamers, community members and companies to get together and celebrate what they love across a span of four days at the Washington State Convention Center.

With that, several trailers have made the rounds this week, with a few titles slated to be at the event. Although not all the games will make it, you can bet they’ll generate big buzz in one form or another.


Brainiac is loose and running wild across the universe in WB Games’ forthcoming Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, which will be released for consoles on November 11. In the game, the Dark Knight, working alongside over 150 different heroes and villains from the DC Universe, will do battle with the super-smart villain, in pure Lego fashion. The game should be available for play this weekend at the PAX Prime event.


Basketball fans have a little something to get excited about with the new trailer for NBA 2K15, dubbed the “Yakkem” trailer. The game not only features some ferocious new b-ball action, but also the Inside the NBA set, and plenty of court talk. The game is scheduled for release on October 4, and while 2K won’t have it on the show floor, it will have plenty of other games to offer, including Evolve and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.


Devolver Digital’s Titan Souls could easily be one of the most anticipated “indie” titles being shown at PAX Prime. You play a lone adventurer exploring strange new worlds, only to come across enormous boss enemies that must be defeated. Be careful, though – one hit and you’ll have to start all over again. Titan Souls should release sometime in 2015, and will be playable at the event.


Last but not least, Activision’s Destiny will have some presence at the event, including a devoted panel as well as other activities around the center. Since the game’s release is just under two weeks away, this makes sense. And that didn’t stop the developers at Bungie from releasing a humorous new video, where your cyber companion Ghost (voiced by Peter Dinklage) accepted the recent ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, passing along the torch to various other game characters…and George Lucas.

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