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GDC 2007: What questions do you want answered?

11:02 AM on 03.02.2007 // Robert Summa
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Starting Sunday, Destructoid will land in San Francisco to prepare to change the face of gaming as we invade the 2007 Game Developer's Conference. Then, on Monday, the whole thing begins and we make our huge robot footprint be known to everyone.

What can you expect? Well, we'll be having personal sit downs with Microsoft, Sony, and anyone and everyone who makes the games that you play. Then, to the best of our ability, we will bring you all the important stuff you can expect Dtoid to report -- we'll cut through the mushy center.

But, this is where things get different. Since we're going to be there surrounded by industry insiders and since we love our community so much, we want to know what YOU, you the reader and you the gamer want to know. We want your voice to be heard. I want to be able to walk up to Phil Harrison and say, "My readers want to know this!" And, I want to come back with your answer.

And with that, we welcome you, Mr. and Mrs. Gamer, to tell us what burning video game industry questions you want answered. Is there anything you've always wanted to know? Is there a specific gripe you have with how the industry is going? We want to know and we want the industry to know. Give us all you got.




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