40°
Submitted by TheVideoGamHer 509d 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)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation | Rice Digital

3m ago - "If the original Hyperdimension Neptunia on the PS3 left you disappointed, Hyperdimension Neptuni... | PS Vita

N4G Radio 01/26/2015

4m ago - Buttermilk biscuits. This week is all about burgers, biscuits, and the New 3DS. Hosts: Ken... | PC
20°

Life, The Universe And Gaming: Who Best Represents Gamers?

8m ago - An opinion column via EGMR in which the author discusses the best (and worst) representatives of... | PC
30°

Resident Evil 3 writer would love to remake the game

18m ago - Resident Evil 3′s scenario writer Yasuhisa Kawamura has expressed great interest in working on a... | PC
Ad

Front-end Developers Wanted

Now - Want to help us build the new N4G platform? | Promoted post
20°

Review: Depth | Rely on Horror

27m ago - Rely on Horror: "I found Depth to be a deep dive into a world I never knew I could enjoy this much." | PC