The art of D&D has been a source of inspiration for gamers like Penny Arcade's Jerry Holkins for years, but that art is also a cornerstone to inspiring the writers of D&D as well. I was able to sit down with concept illustrator Shawn Wood and senior art director Richard Whitters.
Penny Arcade's PAX events have become wildly popular for computer game oficionados, but gamers focused on the tabletop experience, while they get a bit at PAX, have usually been left a little wanting. That's about to change. PAX will have a new event launching this year called PAX Unplugged. Show More Summary
Penny Arcade and ReedPOP are partnering to bring a brand-new convention to Philadelphia this November. The post PAX Launches Philadelphia-Based Tabletop Gaming Convention appeared first on CBR.com.
The Penny Arcade Expo has become the primary gaming event in the world, expanding to four separate events in two countries. Today, a fifth PAX was announced, but this one is more than a little different.
We're huge fans of PAX events, Carter is actually at PAX South right now, so you should be seeing a whole bunch of mobile game event coverage soon-ish. One of the coolest parts of PAX (and to be fair, every part of PAX is pretty dang cool) is getting together with tons of people to
Penny Arcade hops from video games to board games. The post PAX Unplugged is Penny Arcade’s Tabletop Expo appeared first on Geek.com.
Penny Arcade and ReedPOP announced today that they will stage a new gamer event called PAX Unplugged in Philadelphia. Announced during PAX South 2017, the new tabletop gaming event will take place in Philadelphia in November 2017. The event is the sixth addition to the international line-up of PAX events. The event will be at the […]
Today, during PAX South 2017, Penny Arcade announced PAX Unplugged, the latest in its ever-expanding series of Penny Arcade Expos. As the name suggests, PAX Unplugged will focus on tabletop gaming, taking the community-forward nature of your average PAX and applying it to the house that the Monopoly Man built. Show More Summary
The revolution starts in the cracks.
PAX South is one of the smaller shows put on by the crew at Penny Arcade, but it's got a special charm all its own. The 2017 edition will see some first-time events come to the show along with a keynote speaker who is sure to entert...
Here is a story. In Indie Game. The Movie, Phil Fish is visibly flustered. He’s at the Penny Arcade Expo. His game, Fez, is being shown in public for the first time in four years. Fez is essentially his life’s work. The stakes could not be higher. Show More Summary
Acclaimed performance artist Penny Arcade talks New Yorks destructive gentrification, the failures of the LGBTQ movement, and elusive fame.
From city planning to burger building, here’s our pick of the independent gaming scene in Australia and beyond The Penny Arcade Expo (Pax) is one of the biggest gaming conventions in the world, bringing together classic consoles, the latest shooters, mobile games, PCs, Macs, tabletops – and the people who love them. Show More Summary
Microsoft’ target consumer for the Surface Studio is digital artists, which makes Penny Arcade’s Gabe the perfect user to review the new desktop/tablet hybrid. He was involved in the early development of the device, having been shown the device a year ago and having had input in testing and trailing it during its creation. He has […]
Penny Arcade illustrator Mike Krahulik: If you have not heard already, Microsoft just announced a new device called the Surface Studio. It’s essentially a Surface computer for your desktop. From what I understand, you can go to any Microsoft store today and actually play with one. Show More Summary
It looks like Microsoft's artist-focused Surface Studio is already getting high marks from at least one prominent digital artist....
The Chinatown Fair is an arcade that still operates on Mott Street, in lower Manhattan. It opened in 1944 with penny machines, crane games, and a chintzy museum. It featured Florence, the dancing chicken, later joined by Lillie, a tic-tac-toe-playing...Show More Summary
What men must know, a boy must learn. A young warrior remembers his training as he comes face to face with a mythical beast. RedGate Films’ adaptation of Penny Arcade’s eponymous miniseries doesn’t do its source material justice, but it’s still fun to watch.
The 2016/2017 season of St. Ann's Warehouse just got underway last week with Taylor Mac's ambitious "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music" which runs through October 8... Continue reading…
"Tomorrow holds your final trial as Lookouts..." Short films just keep getting better and better. Lookouts is a homemade short directed by David Bousquet (who is also the film's director of photography) inspired by a Penny Arcade comic series about "Lookouts" scouts who head into a deadly forest to hunt a creature. Show More Summary