We've arrived at GDC10! Go us!
I get to take a peek at Shawn's driving, and it now makes me realize I never, ever want to get into a car with this man.
Dave Haydysch from Fallen Earth shows Shawn the new Fallen Earth iPhone app made in partnership with AFK Interactive. Shawn was very happy to be able to control his motorbike crafting from a far.
Crytek was showing off their CryEngine 3, and their bodyguard was a little... intimidating.
Short Story: You're a hamster. Long Story: It's a ball that allows you to realistically run around while wearing virtual reality goggles, giving you the feeling you're actually running around in the game. Interesting, but you look like a hamster.
So, apparently Mr. Steve has lost his Donkey Kong title yet again. A plastic surgeon in New York has swiped it from him. Can he reclaim the throne here at GDC?
The gentlemen from GameBreakr give a wave to the camera during their downtime.
Not much to explain here. It's Nintendo -- they like everything simple.
Aion is watching you conduct business.
Just like the game, TERA's booth was very pretty.
Speaking of TERA...
...it's easy to see...
...that the game has nice graphics.
Aion's Andrew "Tamat" Beegle poses for us by his game. Behold his grace and charm!
The PlayStation Move controller looks like an awesome piece of technology... or a pair of radioactive snocones. I tried to lick them, but PlayStation booted me from their booth.
...still pretty simple, guys.
The gentlemen from AutoDesk were showing off what their tools were able to accomplish, and it was very nice.
Frogster, Runes of Magic, what more do we have to say?
Here's a few of the entrants from the Independent Games Festival, including the very gorgeous and sparkly Igneous.
If the Aion Daeva wasn't imposing enough, how's about a man with a phaser?
Lightning's subtle glances seemed to attract everyone's attention at the show.
And, on your right, is PlayStation Home running on bad convention wi-fi.
Now this was something cool... It's a drone that you can control with your iPhone and play games with. So, now not only can you spy on your friends with a small aerial device, you can also dogfight virtual enemies.
This headset reads your brain waves, allowing you to participate in some games by only thinking. Yes, it works. Yes, it's also kinda scary.
What would a show be without a look at some awesome video card technology? Nothing, I say. Nothing.