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In Pictures: PAX Australia 2017, Day Two

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    The fun continued on the second day of PAX Australia 2017. Here's some of what we saw.

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    Razer showed off their new Kiyo webcam and Seiren X microphone.

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    To show off the capabilities of their new i9 processor, Intel hooked one up to a raceworthy car, which they let attendees drive around in VR

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    This year's PAX was a first for Lenovo and their Legion gaming brand

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    Even Macs were welcome in this year's indie pavillion

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    Microsoft and Rare showed off their new multiplayer pirate game in the most appropriate of venues

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    As well as the puppy-parade, Destiny 2 also brought a pop-up ramen bar to this year's PAX Australia.

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    The PAX showfloor was an overclockers paradise.

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    Even among a sea of cosplayers, Shadowverse's carrot-shaped mascot stood out like a sore thumb.

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    If there was ever a place to hand out Nvidia 1070 Ti graphics cards like candy, it's PAX.

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