Microsoft Shuttling PAX Attendees to Its Campus to Play Unreleased Xbox Games

PAX Prime attendees can catch a free ride to Microsoft's campus to play upcoming indie games.

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Microsoft has announced plans to shuttle PAX Prime attendees to its campus in nearby Redmond, Washington where they can play a host of unreleased Xbox indie games. Why is this necessary? Microsoft says it could not fit all the games it wanted to show in its booth.

Interested? Admission is free. All you need to do is get on a special Sunset Overdrive bus that picks up from the Seattle Convention Center at 4:30PM and 6:30PM on Thursday, August 28. If you're under 18, you'll need a parent/guardian to go with you. There is also parking available at the Microsoft Campus, so you can drive if you want.

The event itself at Microsoft's campus will include hands-on time with over 25 upcoming Xbox indie games (none were named outright). Attendees can also speak with developers and walk around the Xbox campus. More information about the special event is available on Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb's website.

PAX Prime takes place August 29-September 1 in Seattle, Washington. GameSpot will be on the ground at the event bringing you news and coverage.

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