Penny Arcade has taken its fair share of criticism over the past year, a lot of it stemming from the public comments of co-creator Mike Krahulik. As part of a lengthy and heartfelt post over on the comic's main page, written as a form of new year's resolution, he's addressed that in a very direct manner, apologising…
The founders of Penny Arcade pulled a fast one on one of their most notorious foes this weekend, hitting Paul "Ocean Marketing" Christoforo with a prank they say has been in the works for the past three weeks.
Some good may be coming out of the "Ocean Stratagy"/Paul Christoforo customer service debacle. N-Control, the company that makes the Avenger controller formerly repped by Christoforo, announced that they'd be making a large donation to Child's Play.
The guy who supposedly started this rides a crotch-rocket motorcycle, and his Facebook gallery is full of shirtless, sunglassed, dudebro posturing, koozied beer in hand. He's in marketing and he can't spell for shit, even when he's insulting you. He may even be a steroid user.
I've never been a game tester, not by choice, but reviewer is often one step up from that front line in the war against game-killing bugs.
Mike Krahulik, co-creator of webcomic Penny Arcade, on his strangest inbound tweet from a fan while attending their conference, PAX: "I was the one who scanned your ticket at airport security."
The voting has ended and Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins have officially join Lady Gaga, Robert Pattinson, and Ashton Kutcher in Time magazine's 2010 list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Two weeks ago the inseparable duo behind popular game-themed web comic Penny Arcade received an award for their work as "video game ambassadors", this weekend they'll be earning it... again.