So I know that it's been a couple of days since RTX ended, but I still wanted to talk about days 2 and 3.
Day 2 my brothers and I got to the convention center around 8:15ish, for the Achievement Hunter panel, and even then, apparently we barely made the cutoff point for the line (I heard that it was cut off around 8:30, so we got really lucky if that's true) and that panel was hilarious, and the live action slow-mo intro that they had was fantastic, and it was just a really fun panel.
After that we just kind of wandered around the exhibit floor for a bit and looked at a bunch of the booths, and I attempted to get into the Burnie and Gus signing, which was a little scary, not gonna lie (the lines for the signings started two hours in advance, and the caps for the lines were very very small, which is understandable, but it made getting into the lines a freakin mad house, and if there's one thing that I hope they can change a bit for RTX next year it would be a bit of a better system for the signing lines)
I didn't end up being able to get in line for the signing, but oh well
After that I saw a tiny bit of the Achievement Hunter: Prop Hunt, which basically just turned into another Q&A session because of technical difficulty things, but it was still great
Went to see the Behind the Mics! Voice Acting in Video Games panel which was really interesting, and if there's anything like it next year, I definitely want to go again, because the people on that panel were really cool
Also managed to make it into the Immersion panel, which was hysterical, and at the beginning, Gus and Burnie came out in their fat suits, and Gus actually ran through the crowd and it was just great. They ended up sharing some of the ideas that they had for experiments that they had thought of which just ended up being too dangerous to actually do to Gavin and Michael, but they would have been hilarious if they had been able to pull off the ideas. Barbara and Lindsay mentioned that they would totally be up for being lab rats in the event that a Season 3 of Immersion does happen, and there was just a lot of funny behind the scenes things that they all talked about, and it was a pretty fantastic panel.
Finally, that night, a friend and I also went to the screening of Volume 1 of RWBY, which ended up being really cool, because for the first 30-40 minutes, it was basically a mini RWBY panel, with Miles, Kerry, Monty, and a couple of the animators and voice actors, and it was just really cool
Day 3, my brother, Ryan, and I went to the second Achievement Hunter panel, and while the first panel on Saturday was great, I definitely enjoyed the second day so much better. We also had much better seats, since we got to the convention hall a lot earlier (around 7) and the questions in the Q&A section weren't as ridiculous as some of the ones from the first day. In general, the second panel was a lot calmer without as many people attempting shout outs and trying to get autographs instead of asking questions, and it was just a lot better.
After Achievement Hunter, we immediately got in line for the RT podcast panel, which already had a huge line at 11, even though it didn't start until 2. That panel was hilarious (I think I've used that word a lot, but I don't have very many synonyms for it that really work in the same way) and it was totally worth the wait to see it. One of the best parts was probably right at the beginning when Burnie had the crowd practice cheering for him, Gus, and Jack, and then he had us just be completely silent when Gavin came out for the panel, except for one dude who was just supposed to clap very slowly. Apparently the Guardians kind of tipped Gavin off that something was up before he came out on stage it was still hilarious, and it was just a great panel
Finally, my brothers and I went to the Slow Mo Guys panel, and apart from the voice acting panel, it was probably the most calm panel that I went to. There wasn't a stampede to the mics when the Q&A started up, and the extra videos that Gavin and Dan showed were great.
All in all, RTX 2014 was pretty freakin amazing, and I definitely want to go back next year!