New York Comic Con 2017 - A Wild Ride

Published: October 18, 2017 12:00 PM /



New York Comic Con is NYC's annual answer to San Diego Comic Con, with more aggressive pedestrians and slightly cooler temperatures. A four day celebration of all that is geek-dom, we stopped on by for a few days to snap some pictures for TechRaptor, interview some devs and demo some games and had a blast! Check out the slideshow below for some of our favorite highlights.

Before the pictures, however, you'll find links to the various interviews and hands-on impressions we had at NYCC 2017.

Hands-On With Capcom Games - We had the chance to check out Monster Hunter: World and Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 for the Switch.

Sea of Thieves Panel Info and Interview - We attended the Sea of Thieves panel, which had lots of information about how they plan to handle multiplayer. We also got to chat with the developers!

We Spoke With Cyanide and Happiness’ Game Producer Adam Nusrallah - As the title states, we got to talk with Adam about Cyanide and Happiness' upcoming adventure game.

Hands-On With Square Enix Previews - We got our hands on Rise of the Tomb Raider for Xbox One X, Dissidia Final Fantasy NTLost Sphear and Secret of Mana. And we aslo had a chat with Rich Briggs of Crystal Dynamics to discuss Rise of the Tomb Raider.

RWBY: Combat Ready Developer Interview - We spoke with Miles Luna and Gary G. Haddock about the upcoming RWBY tabletop game, which currently has an ongoing Kickstarter.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Panel Info and Interview - We attended the Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 panel, which talked about some of the development behind the game and how comic book writer  Kurt Busiek got involved. We also chatted with Arthur Parsons, Head of Design of TT Games and Justin Ramsden, a designer for Lego.

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