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Submitted by TheVideoGamHer 729d ago | article

Gone Home & the PAX Problem

PAX Prime is coming to a close, and the gaming industry and community are abuzz with excitement. But in one corner of the showfloor, there is a conspicuous absence. Indie sensation Gone Home is nowhere to be seen at the Indie Megabooth. In June, developer The Fullbright Company made an announcement explaining this. They were accepted, but they chose not to make an appearance. Co-founder Steve Gaynor wrote, “we’ve been bothered by the public stances that Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, the founders of PAX’s parent organization Penny Arcade, have taken on a number of issues.” (Culture, Gone Home, Indie, Industry)

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