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The PAX 10 is one of our favorite announcements around here, and this year we’ve got quite a lineup. The judging is never easy, but the results are always worth it. We’ve got quite an assortment of titles this year, so check out the winners on our PAX 10 page.

We are excited to announce that for our PAX Prime 2014 Storytime Session we have the extremely talented Chief Creative Champion from Gearbox Software, Mikey Neumann. Mikey has worked at Gearbox for 13 years and has written for many of their games, most notably the Borderlands franchise. Mikey spends his free time writing novels, comics with IDW Publishing, and doing a comedy podcast with Kris Straub called Chainsawsuit.

In addition to Mikey starting things off this year, we also have some top tier musical stylings to announce. Friday night will feature three great bands in Triforce Quartet, The Doubleclicks, and Paul & Storm. Saturday will feature a special live event, and then Sunday keeps it all rolling with the amazing MC Frontalot, Bit Brigade, and 7bit Hero all coming to deliver awesome tunes. Check them out here.

We’re sorry to say that we are 100% sold out of badges for PAX Prime 2014.

Stay tuned for schedule updates, panel submissions, concert announcements, guest speakers, and more! 

If you’ve been able to get a ticket, make sure to visit our hotels and travel page to reserve lodging for yourself.  See you in 92 days!

Since the founding of PAX in 2004, we’ve had six simple rules to help keep the show safe and secure for attendees, speakers, staff and Enforcers alike. Over the years we’ve also implemented many progressive policies to make sure PAX continues to uphold these standards.

We want to share with you the specific details around each of these rules and policies, including the definitions and action taken. We all love our time at PAX, and making sure everyone is aware of what is and isn’t acceptable behavior will make sure every PAX is a community event we can all be proud of.

You can view the PAX Safety & Security page here: http://prime.paxsite.com/safety-and-security.

After every PAX ends, at least for us, there’s always a feeling that it shouldn’t be over yet.  Suffice to say the fourth day has done little to prevent those feelings, and the inescapable truth seems to be that there just cannot be enough PAX no matter how many days it lasts.  Such is the way of things.  The only solace is that PAX East is right around the corner!

As always, eternal gratitude go towards our exhibitors, Enforcers, and all of those who took time out of their August and/or September to spend time with us.  You’re the best and we can’t wait to hang out with you next year in Boston!  See you there!