BOSTON (CBS) – More than 20,000 gamers are descending on the city of Boston for three days this weekend.

The Convention Center in South Boston is hosting the PAX East Convention, where companies show off the very latest in video and tabletop games.

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WBZ-TV Chief Videographer Bryan Foley filed this report

On the video game side of things, attendees have the chance to try out everything from war games to sports games.

Jay Hohan helped create the newest version of Invictus. He says they don’t worry too much about new computer technology leaping past them.

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“I think the creativity comes first and the technology follows,” Hohan told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mark Katic reports from the PAX East Convention

Tabletop, or board games have expanded way past Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit.

Jim Miles of Mayfair Games says they are holding their own against video games.

“We’re doing fantastic. Obviously our biggest seller is Settlers of Catan and that’s booming. Everybody recognizes that,” said Miles.

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