Gaming Steve

March 11, 2005

Gaming Steve Episode 3 - 03.11.2005

GDC_30.jpgToday was the third and final day of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) and today was the day of big announcements!

In this podcast I have an extensive, detailed preview of Will Wright’s new game Spore. My preview is almost an hour long and I go through painstaking detail of every screen, mouse-click, and item I saw during the Spore demo. In addition I’ll gladly answer any and all questions anyone might have, feel free to email me or post a comment and I'll respond.

I also cover a lecture on The Sims 2, find out how to get a free lunch at the GDC, check out some of the independent games featured at the conference, preview new games on the show floor, and talk about the worst presentation I have ever seen!

Get the podcast from here: Gaming Steve at the GDC Day 3.

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Okay, so I didn't manage to get any pictures of Spore. But after getting yelled at twice I didn't want to get kicked out of the presentation (you couldn't take pictures during the presentation). So here is a nice picture of Will Wright instead, enjoy!

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Hey lookie! Another picture of Will!

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This is where the Independent Games Festival show off their stuff.

Posted by Gaming Steve at 11:30 PM | Comments (4) | Posted to Culture | Podcast | Spore | Add this story to del.icio.us
Comments

Wonderful Podcast! I can't wait for Spore to come out.

Posted by Christian at March 14, 2005 07:36 PM

Spectacular Review Steve! Thank you :)

Heat

Posted by Mr.Heat at March 16, 2005 02:45 PM

The link to episode 3 isn't working.

Posted by Listener at April 24, 2005 08:11 PM

I'm so obsessed with Spore. Its just so kool with the whole idea of creating creatures, evolving them, and DESTROYING THE UNIVERSE. Looking forward for additional info about it.

Posted by Spore Crazy at March 18, 2006 10:50 PM
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