Skip to main content

East coast PAX announced for 2010

The VG247 logo in white on a red background
Image credit: VG247

pax2008.jpg

This, ESA, is how you do a games show. Penny Arcade's announced an East Coast version of PAX, scheduled to happen for the first time in 2010.

Said Tycho:

People sometimes call PAX "The New E3," but that never sat right. It's better to say that PAX is everything E3 isn't. We made it the opposite on purpose - public instead of private, fun instead of work. It's about people who make and play games, instead of the games themselves. This is all pretty obvious in retrospect, but for some reason no-one else had done it. It deserves to be on the East Coast. Frankly, it should be global. I'm working on it.

More through there.

Read this next

Patrick Garratt avatar
Patrick Garratt: Patrick Garratt is a games media legend - and not just by reputation. He was named as such in the UK's 'Games Media Awards', the equivalent of a lifetime achievement award. After garnering experience on countless gaming magazines, he joined Eurogamer and later split from that brand to create VG247, putting the site on the map with fast, 24-hour a day coverage, and assembling the site's earliest editorial teams. He retired from VG247, and the games industry, in 2017.
Related topics

Sign in and unlock a world of features

Get access to commenting, homepage personalisation, newsletters, and more!