Activision is bringing Ramen and Puppies to PAX

Brodie Fogg 24 October 2017 NEWS


Fulfil your Destiny.

While most would have been happy to simply get some hands-on with the latest video games at this year's PAX AUS, Activision is stepping it up a few notches to really draw you down to Melbourne this year.

In Destiny 2's comedic live-action trailer, Cayde 6 (Nathan Fillion) rattles off a long list of some of Earth's greatest pleasures at stake. And now Activision and Bungie are delivering the greatest real-life punchline by bringing two of those pleasures to PAX AUS; puppies and ramen.

First up is Destiny's pop-up ramen shop. From Friday to Sunday, Melbourne's Akachochin Japanese Restaurant will be serving up piping hot ramen on The Common Lawn outside of the Melbourne Convention Centre.

There will be three flavours of ramen on hand, each inspired by the campaign's heroic Fireteam; Spicy Ramen for Cayde 6, Soy Broth for Ikora and Miso Broth for Zavala.

But the spicing on the ramen here is really the adorable working dogs that will be available for pats and hugs over the course of the weekend. These little fluffballs won't just be on paw patrol for the insane aww factor, they'll be there supporting a very good cause.


For a gold coin donation, you can score some limited edition Destiny 2 dog biscuits and spend some quality time with the little guardians, all in support of AWDRI (Australian Working Dog Rescue International), a charity that helps save retired working dogs from euthanization.

Once you're all pupped out, you can head over to the NVIDIA, Razer and Alienware booths to play some Destiny 2. Still not sold on Destiny 2 even after the puppies and ramen? Check out our comprehensive review.

Looking for the best price on Destiny 2? Check out finder's up-to-date-guide on where to find the cheapest copy in Australia.

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