4:42 PM on 03.27.2009
Game Developers Conference 2009 is coming to a close soon. Our feet hurt from standing and our butts are sore from sitting in on lectures, but we’re still in San Francisco, cranking out stories and giving you an intimate look at the event.
Before Peter Molyneux talks this afternoon and more previews, interviews and news stories hit, I wanted to give you guys a glimpse of the big stories we covered this week at GDC. And let me tell you, it was a big week. Nintendo announced The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks for the Nintendo DS, Hideo Kojima teased the next Metal Gear, Insomniac announced the next Ratchet & Clank, and Modern Warfare 2 was dated. Here's the round-up:
Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Revealed
Warner Brothers comes into gaming with OnLive
Modern Warfare 2 teaser released, game dated
Final Fantasy coming to WiiWare
'Don't stop believing' in Rock Band
Fable II 'See the Future' DLC coming this spring
Noby Noby Boy coming to the iPhone, might be free
Here's what Rock Band could have been called
New Resistance 2 patch and DLC coming up
PlayStation Home to have three new spaces monthly
Havok's latest tech demonstrations impress
Destructoid discusses DSi, iPhone, and new PSP
First look at Dexter iPhone game
Interview: Diamond Touch
Rock N' Roll Climbers rocks... sort of
How silly you'll look playing WarioWare: Snapped!
A backstage pass to Guitar Hero's new Home space
Punch-Out developer interview
Check out our GDC swag
Batman: Arkham Asylum
League of Legends
Everything you wanted to know about going indie
The Four-Hour Game Design
Making Web Games: The Indie Experience
The Game Maker Rant
The indie advantage?
Experimental Gameplay Sessions
All about Noby Noby Boy
Like I teased at the beginning, this is merely a glimpse of what went on. Hit up our sexy GDC Channel page to see everything. What was your favorite story this year?
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