The Amazing Colossal PAX: How Indie Developers Make Their Mark at Gaming's Main Event

It's a small fish/big pond scenario, but these little games have teeth.

Since its beginnings in 2004, the Penny Arcade Expo has given video game enthusiasts a place to gather and geek out, though the current state of this convention barely resembles its decade-old debut. What started with a few thousand people has nearly approached the six-figure mark in recent years, making this once-humble assembly of like-minded nerds into Serious Business.

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