Game Developers Conference 2006 - Day 3 Report
Lots of GDC goodness today. Breakfast with Peter Moore, Chris Satchell, Larry Hryb, John Porcaro, and Cesar Menendez, the big PS3 keynote, the Ronald Moore Battlestar Galactica keynote (What does this have to do with games? Who cares!), and lots more.
However, rather than a lengthy recap why don't you just download my podcast of the day's events. And as an added bonus I have a guest co-host this episode! Christopher Grant from Joystiq chimes in with his thoughts of the day's events.
In the meantime while you wait for the podcast to download here are few pictures from today's GDC.
The calm before the storm. Notice the lack of people.
From the "Blogger's Breakfast". From left to right Adam Levine (Gamer Andy), Stephen Glicker (you know who), Peter Moore (Corporate Vice president of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business in the Entertainment and Devices Division ... translation: he’s in charge of marketing for the Xbox), Cesar Menendez (Xbox Online Community Manager), Chrisopther Grant (Joystiq).
Again from the "Blogger's Breakfast". From left to right Larry "Major Nelson" Hyrb (Director Of Programming for Xbox Live), Joel Johnson (Gizmodo), Brain Crecente (Kotaku), and Chris Satchell (General Manager Game Development Group).
Yet again from the "Blogger's Breakfast". From left to right Peter Moore, Cesar Menendez, and Christopher Grant.
Lots of people playing games from the Independent Games Festival.
The endless line to get into the Phil Harrison PlayStation 3 keynote.
Inside the auditorium before the keynote ... it's a packed house.
Phil Harrison talking about the PS3.
David Jaffe showing off God of War 2 ... doesn't he look excited?!
Ronald Moore talking about Battlestar and being way too cool for a gaming conference.
Download PlayStation games here!
An art class in the middle of the show floor? Err ... okay.
The Nintendo is packed.
Lots and lots of Nintendo DS Lite's are on hand for gaming.
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