All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘GDC 2013’

Missed Facebook At GDC? Watch These Videos

Do you develop games for Facebook? Were you unable to attend the Game Developers Conference in March? If you answered yes to both, Facebook has quite a treat for you today. On its developer blog, Facebook posted a recap of all of its sessions at GDC. The social network covered everything from the basics to advanced monetization strategies. Here’s some …

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GDC 2013: Unreal Engine 4 Will Make You A Believer In The Next Generation

The next-generation of game consoles is quickly approaching, but there are some who claim that we don’t need new hardware. The argument usually focuses on how there’s still ways to squeeze more power out of the current generation of consoles, and how games still haven’t reached their full potential. At GDC 2013, Epic Games smashed that argument to bits with …

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GDC 2013: The Phantom Pain Revealed To Be Metal Gear Solid V

At last year’s Video Game Awards, a title called The Phantom Pain from Moby Dick Games was revealed. Within minutes of being shown, the Internet was convinced that it was Metal Gear Solid V. Since then, all manner of conspiracy theories emerged all pointing to The Phantom Pain being the next entry in Hideo Kojima’s venerated franchise. Well, Internet, pat …

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GDC 2013: Facebook Unveils Games Developer Center

Facebook games are currently in the middle of a transition from Web to mobile. Both are still very viable markets, however, and Facebook wants to make sure game developers have all the tools they need to succeed on both platforms. At the annual Games Developer Conference, Facebook announced the launch of the Games Developer Center. Much like its regular Facebook …

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GDC 2013: Sony Announces Increased Indie Support For PS4, PS3 And Vita

The annual Game Developers Conference is already underway this week, and Sony came out the first day announcing a number of titles for all of its platforms, including the PS4. Interestingly enough, all the of the titles announced for its platforms are indie titles created by small studios. It speaks volumes to Sony’s renewed commitment to indie titles that it …

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Not Many Developers Are Working On Wii U Games

The Wii U has a few obstacles it needs to overcome, but the biggest is definitely its lack of software. A recent poll of developers shows that the Wii U’s software drought may not be ending anytime soon. A new survey out of the Game Developers Conference polled a number of developers asking which platforms they’re developing for. Surprisingly, the …

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