Trending No. 1 on Twitter for the Friday and continuing with massive attendees into the Saturdays, if you’re looking to attend the 10th anniversary of PAX Australia 2023, there are still limited badges available for Sunday. 

Kicking off Friday was Storytime Speaker Erika Ishii, who spoke about their career and left the audience with sage-like advice:

“You need to live life to the fullest and experience everything as all those experiences make you a better storyteller.”

Lots is happening around the convention centre, including people playing stuff for the first time, including Super Mario Bros. Wonder and games of Star Wars Unlimited. If the worlds of Star Wars and Mario aren’t your cup of tea, there are always plenty of games to check out in the PAX Rising, CODE NZ and the Indie Showcase Winner areas. If you’re looking for fresh ideas, and even weird ones, it’s going to be in with the indie games.

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But what’s happening on Sunday? You can check out all of the above, plus more. There are still plenty of panels, including the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe AU/NZ Championship live final and the Cosplay Central Crown Championship Finals. There are also opportunities to see well-known streamers, The TOS Girls, at a panel and Meet and Greet, plus a Fireside chat with Tenchu creator and President of Acquire GamesTakuma Endo. Those looking for a preview of Plucky Squire, a game developed by All Possible Futures (a part Aussie team) and published by Devolver Digital, will be able to sit down and enjoy a live preview for the first time.

If you’d like to attend PAX Australia 2023, there’s still time, and you can buy a ticket for Sunday right here.