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This is also where staying at the hotel comes in handy, as I ducked upstairs for a nap or episode a few times during the show.
So yeah, Guardian Con, Gaming Community Con, whatever they call it, is definitely worth attending if you run in my same game circles and follow the creators and developers I do.
Snaps led a whole bunch of panels about mental health and burnout I could definitely relate to.
I watched two Bungie events, one a ride-along with DMG through the Whisper and Zero Hour missions, one a Deej-led panel about what works and doesn’t in D2 in the annual pass era.
It got me out of my comfort zone, and it was awesome to see all my internet friends in real life for a change.
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I can play games any time, but these panels were one-time-only events and I didn’t regret going to any of them.5.
It’s Okay To Take Breaks When I said I don’t go to things often it’s because I just…don’t love crowds.
I’m glad I did, and if you’re thinking about going too next year as it continues to expand its size and charitable contributions at a frankly preposterous pace, well…Here are five things I wish I knew before I went to Guardian Con.1.It is seemingly very weird to just approach someone randomly because you recognize them as a creator, but all these guys and girls are super chill and enjoy talking with fans.