DICE presentations this year ran the gamut from mainstream to indie gaming, music to monetization, Kickstarter to managing an office. All of the talks, including the 2014 DICE Awards, are now available to watch and re-watch on YouTube, courtesy of Variety.
Notable presentations include Oculus VR co-founder Palmer Luckey discussing the future of virtual reality (and EVE Valkyrie), The Banner Saga composer Austin Wintory mixing music live on-stage, Keiji Inafune talking about the power of crowdfunding, Gone Home creator Steve Gaynor on the evolution of indie games, and Vlambeer co-founder Rami Ismail with lessons he's learned during his rise as an indie developer. And of course there's Insomniac founder Ted Price talking about ballz.
The 2014 DICE Awards didn't break the streak of gaming award shows being really awkward, but the show did provide us a fun drinking game. It's simple, if you're of legal age and want to play along: Drink every time The Last of Us wins.