PAX East 2015 weekend was the holy grail of video game conventions. People dressed up as their favorite characters, played their favorite games and even talked to their favorite game developers. Street Passes on the DS, buttons on your lanyard and the wind in your hair; a PAX picture painted by the masses. When Ken thinks of PAX, he usually gets excited for the releases of the AAA titles. Bungie, 2K Games and Bethesda dominated last years PAX East with 30 foot tall monsters, Guardians who save the galaxy and towns gone crazy with rage and zombie like creatures. This year however, that was not the case. Of course there were big name games such as Final Fantasy: Type Zero and Halo 5: Guardians but those games, in my opinion, were not nearly as fun or as built up as some of these soon to be underground hits. The normal AAA titles were not in full force and as people visited an array of indie booths, they realized how good some developers were at making some truly great games.