There are a number of podcasts that feature role playing games as they're being played, such as Earwolf's Nerd Poker, Penny Arcade, and Drunks & Dragons. Hello From The Magic Tavern touches on that genre, but the best way to describe the show is that it features characters from a D&D adventure...except they're just hanging out. Show More Summary
Project Name: Automata Asking For: $322,637 on Kickstarter Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $55,329 Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 32 Description: In 2009, seminal video game webcomic Penny Arcade released 'Automata,' a one-shot strip set in an alternate 1920s universe where robots walk among us. Show More Summary
Gabe: Are you still playing card games by placing your cards directly on the table like some kind of Goddamned animal? Well fucking stop it. For the last twentyfive years we here at Penny Arcade have been working closely with the scientists at TechYarn™ to develop the ultimate amusement substrates. Show More Summary
Gabe: On Friday we launched a bunch of new shows on our YouTube channel and laid out a new schedule. Today is Monday which means there is a new First 15 available. This time Tycho and I sit down and play some Motorcycle club. Check it out! I’ve seen some discussion about the First 15 show being edited down. Show More Summary
Gabe: After a year long break we are finally getting back into producing Penny Arcade video content. We’re not just bringing back the old series though, we’re trying something brand new and honestly way cooler I think. Our new YouTube channel is going to get three new episodes a week. Show More Summary
Iron Snout is what I would call a penny arcade styled Windows Phone game. It is a game that offers an entertaining way to pass short bits of time with but might struggle to hold up to longer gaming sessions. The Windows Phone game is from Snoutup who brought us the endless flyer game Bunny Goes Boom. Show More Summary
Every time people tell me that lawyers now have a strong enough understanding of "the Streisand Effect" such that it's less likely to happen these days, I laugh. There's always someone new who hasn't figured it out yet. This story was...Show More Summary
The digital version of Penny Arcade’s board game, Gamers vs Evil, is currently on sale for $0.99. Gamers vs Evil typically goes for $2.99, so now’s as good a time as any to take up arms against the oppressors of fun. More about Penny Arcade The Game: Gamers vs. Evil » The post Penny Arcade The Game: Gamers vs Evil On Sale for $0.99 is from Slide To Play.
If you’re looking for an absolutely killer action game, look no further than Implosion – Never Lose Hope. It may be a premium priced game, but it’s worth every penny and then some, says Touch Arcade in their 5 out of 5 star review. I don’t mind saying that I’m kind of head over heels for Implosion. Show More Summary
Overhead shot of Pax East Expo Hall. Advertisements galore. Image: Pax East Community Facebook Page The Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) is meant to be a safe space for people who love video games, but when I entered the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for my first PAX East last week, I instantly felt like I didn't belong. Show More Summary
This arcade takes pennies, not quarters. Those of you who had graphing calculators in high school or Nokia phones in the early 2000s will probably remember Snake. It's a classic arcade game that is as addictive as it is inaccurate to the challenges of being a snake. Show More Summary
E3 might be the holy grail of gaming conventions, but the PAX (short for Penny Arcade Expo) suite of conventions are definitely a solid runner-up. They're the grail blessed by one of Jesus' cool...
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In a question-and-answer session at PAX East today, Penny Arcade founders Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik got onto the topic of their fantasy IP Thornwatch, which Krahulik has developed into a tabletop game. In an offhand comment, the pair mentioned that they would love to work with Telltale on an adventure game in the universe. Show More Summary
For MMO fans headed to Penny Arcade's inaugural PAX South in San Antonio, Texas, this weekend, there's one panel not to miss: Where Did Multiplayer in MMOs Go?. Massively's Larry Everett will guest on the community-oriented panel, which runs from 11:30 a.m. Show More Summary
Penny Arcade Portrait of Lauren Bacall by Joseph Cornell I was going to write a long account of all the various things I read, saw, listened to, etc. this year, as a way of preserving some of the experience of the year for myself, and maybe offering some amusement for the occasional random reader... Show More Summary
“New York used to be Sin City," says performance artist Penny Arcade. "I came to New York to sin! New York City went from being the Big Apple to the Big Cupcake. People are staggering from one cupcake to another!” She has a point.
Here's a 30-minute look at Cosmic Star Heroine, an indie RPG by Zeboyd Games (Penny Arcade Adventures Episodes 3-4) that's sorta like a cross between Lunar and Phantasy Star, with dashes of Suikoden. It's out next year for Steam and PSN. Read more...
Tickets for Australia's 2015 Penny Arcade Expo on sale now for early bird prices.
PAX Australia took place over Halloween weekend 2014 in Melbourne, Victoria – marking the second anniversary for the growing event, and another successful satellite show. Short for Penny Arcade Expo, PAX started in 2004 when Penny Arcade founders Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik wanted to attend a show focused specifically on gaming. Show More Summary