PAX East just ended last weekend in Boston and on the second day of the gaming convention, the Penny Arcade folks announced that in addition to the already-established PAX West in Seattle, they will be adding a PAX South convention in January 2015 in San Antonio, Texas! PAX South has been announced- January, San Antonio, […]
Penny Arcade Exposition comes to San Antonio. San Antonio, Texas will host another gaming convention from Penny Arcade starting next year: PAX South Click here to read the full article
"PAX South has always been a matter of 'when' rather than 'if.'"
Unable to attend PAX East? Perhaps you didn't live in that part of the world? Well, you'll have yet another chance to attend a gaming convention, as Penny Arcade have announced yet another show: PAX South, debuting in San Antonio in early 2015. PAX now has four shows: Prime in Seattle, East in Boston, Australia in Melbourne, and now, South in San Antonio.
Penny Arcade's celebration of gaming culture expands to a fourth annual show.
The Penny Arcade eXpo (PAX), America's biggest consumer video-game convention, is adding a fourth annual date in Texas. PAX South will debut in San Antonio, Texas on January 23 to 25, 2015. Creators of web comic Penny Arcade, Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins, created PAX in 2004. Show More Summary
The Penny Arcade Expo takes another step towards global domination today, with the announcement of PAX South. The fourth installment of the massive fan celebration of gaming is set to debut in San Antonio, Texas January 23 - 25. Read more...
PAX Prime, PAX East, PAX Australia and now... PAX South. The new show will take place in January 2015. The announcement was just made at PAX East by Penny Arcade's Jerry Holkins. We're still waiting on more details. We'll update when we get...
Penny Arcade heads Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkin have announced "PAX South," a brand new expo to be held in San Antonio. Not many details were given outside of those parameters, but my guess is it'll function just like the other conventions in their wheelhouse. So let's take a count -- now we have PAX Prime, PAX East, PAX Australia, and PAX South. Show More Summary
Robert Khoo's photo shows four clocks on an office wall: three counting down to the current PAX conventions, and one unlabeled.
Erika Greco's wonderful comic "Mixtape" is an emotional journey through one woman's coming out and an excellent playlist of songs to match the mood.
Gabe: PAX East is coming up pretty quick and we have an awesome selection of Pinny Arcade pins for you this year. We’ve already showed you some of the Penny Arcade offering for East so now I want to break down all the great 3rd party Pinny Arcade pins and give you details on how you can get them. Show More Summary
Gabe: Today’s comic was a lot of fun to draw. When people ask me what I want to do after Penny Arcade I always say “draw children’s books”. It’s a chance to try some new stuff and loosen up in a way that I just don’t feel comfortable doing with Gabe and Tycho. Show More Summary
Maker Studios is already partnered with some of the most prominent gamers on YouTube, and thanks to its most recent deal, it's now partnered with the most prominent gaming webcomic, too. Maker's gaming vertical, Polaris, has teamed up...Show More Summary
If you haven't been lucky enough to attend E3, San Diego Comic Con, Penny Arcade Expo, or the other shows that have hosted Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, we have good news. We're excited to announce that you can get hands-on with it in a playable demo that's dropping TODAY.
If you want to change, forgive yourself. Don't be ashamed.
Mike Krahulik, aka “Gabe” of Penny Arcade, has posted a new year’s resolution on the site, talking of some of the things he’s learned about himself in the last year amid various controversies he’s been instrumental in creating, and what he sees as the things he needs to start doing to become a better person. […]
Gabe: Every year since 2007 Penny Arcade has given away a $10,000 scholarship to a student looking to positively influence the gaming industry. It could be through game design, writing, art, business, science or anything else that could have an impact on games and gamers. Show More Summary
Tycho: I feel like Humble Bundling is completely normalized as cultural practice by now, but just in case: the idea of a Humble Bundle, at root, is that it’s a fleeting, Pay What You Want store. If what you Want to Pay isn’t anything, that’s utterly legit - but if you pay above a certain amount, you get more shit. Show More Summary
COME SEE THE PAX MUSEUM OF DIVERSITY! BOGGLE at people's use of ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY! Ask whatever questions you’d like of a REAL LIVE GENDER NONCONFORMIST! Read more