The 12th Penny Arcade Expo hosted 70,000 videogame fans in Seattle over Labor Day weekend.
PAX was spread out over six floors of the Washington State Convention Center.
Gamers relaxed at the handheld gaming lounge.
The weekend hosted hundreds of tournaments. Here's two announces calling the play-by-plays for Riot Games' North American Regionals for League of Legends Season 2.
Hundreds of people watched the two teams compete on giant screens.
A close up of one gamer competing in the League of Legends tournament.
Classic console gaming was one PAX activity.
Here's the Tele-Games console, the first console sold by Sears in 1976.
Costumes were everyone with people dressing up as their favorite game characters.
Attendees didn't waste downtime waiting in lines for the dozens of panel discussions. They spent the time gaming.
Green box guy was everywhere.
Sonic the Hedgehog doesn't take the stairs -- he prefers the elevator.
This Zombie was looking for brains to eat.
So many games to play, only three days to play them.
PAX attendees can play console games, PC games and even arcade games (minus the quarters).
Non-digital board games count, too.
Triple the fun.
All that gaming can be a work-out. Time for a nap.
While much of PAX is less commercial than other conventions, like E3, some of the bigger booths are there, too.
Booth babes and booth dudes.
No need to be alarmed, it's not real.
Illustrators were on hand at the Disney booth to sketch your favorite character.
Microsoft's Xbox booth showed off some of the first Xbox games on Windows 8.
It's game over until next year when the show starts over -- and will span four days, instead of three.