PAX registration now open

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 30 January 2008 08:11 GMT

You can sign up for PAX, the Seattle-based games expo from the owners of Penny Arcade, right here. The show’s reputation has grown massively in recent years, with the 2007 event attracting big name developers and more than 37,000 attendees, making it by far the largest show of its kind in the US.

PAX 2008 will be held from August 29-31. It only costs $40 if you sign up now, so get on it.

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