Live from Seattle, it's Saturday Night! Maybe. Regardless of what day it may be, you're sure to enjoy our first ever PAX on-site podcast, getting into the highlights and lowlights of this year's PAX Prime. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, and Matthew "Master" Hunter.

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Richard Naik

Richard Naik

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Richard received his first console (the NES) at the age of six, and from that point on games have been an integral part of his life, whether it's been frittering summers away with the likes of Mario, Mega Man, and the Zerg or partaking in marathon sessions of Halo, Team Fortress 2 or Left 4 Dead. After being a longtime reader of GameCritics, Richard joined the staff in March of 2009, and over the years Richard grew into the more prominent role of part-time podcast host.

In 2016, he spearheaded a complete rebuild of the GameCritics.com website, earning him the title of Chief Engineer.

His gaming interests are fairly eclectic, ranging from 2D platformers to old-school-style adventure games to RPGs to first-person shooters. So in other words, he’ll play pretty much anything.
Richard Naik

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Richard Naik
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Thanks Pedro-this turned out well enough that I’m going to try and do this at every convention I wind up going to. The “on the scene” feel really adds something to it I think.

Pedro
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I find that I am rapidly losing interest in news of upcoming games, if I was ever that into it in the first place. However I have to say this podcast was very enjoyable – despite thinking ‘Ugh, PAX. I’ll just put it on for 5 minutes’ I stuck it out to the end; I think this has to do with the quality of your guests, with Mast Hunter being a really interesting listen. Would like to hear him again on a normal podcast. It was also interesting to hear a podcast recorded ‘in the field’.

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