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Gabe Newell's D.I.C.E. keynote on what's next for Valve


5:15 PM on 02.07.2013



Pull up a chair, sit down, and listen to Valve co-founder Gabe Newell's D.I.C.E. keynote that was given today in Las Vegas. If you missed the talk as it happened live earlier this morning, Variety has got your back with recorded footage of it and other talks from the summit.

Newell hits on some of the same points delivered in his "Reflections of a Video Game Maker" talk to students at the University of Texas at Austin, including the importance of user-generated content and what newer iterations of Steam might look like. That said, this is more streamlined and there are new tidbits sprinkled throughout.






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