As all good gamers already know, Think Services' annual Game Developers Conference is being held next week. The con is the largest gathering of professionals dedicated to furthering the art and science of digital entertainment. But sadly, it's closed to the public. But G4 is happy to escort you behind the velvet ropes! That's right, we're once again taking fans inside The GDC!
Starting Monday, March 23, G4TV.com will feature extensive around-the-clock coverage from the conference. Viewers can tune-in to X-Play starting Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30pm ET/PT for three consecutive nights of GDC madness, where X-Play host and editor-in-chief Adam Sessler will take viewers inside this “gamer’s paradise," with looks at everything on the show floor and interviews with video game luminaries.
G4 is also the only place on television where fans can see the 9th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards in a half-hour special airing Friday, April 10 at 6:30PM ET/PT.
Check out what we have in store for you on G4tv.com:
- Round-up reports from the biggest GDC panels
- Hands-on demos and game previews of the biggest games of the year, including X-Men Origins Wolverine, Wolfenstein, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, Terminator Salvation: The Video Game, Batman Arkham Asylum, The Conduit, Aion, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, Sims 3, GI Joe, Boom Blox Bash Party, InFAMOUS, Fat Princess and Huxley.
- Extensive coverage on the new Nintendo DSi and DSi Ware and the latest Wii and DS titles
- The latest news on XNA and Windows 7.
- Game trailers and gameplay videos in high-definition.
- And more!
On the TV side, X-Play's Adam Sessler will walk the show floor, report news directly from Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata’s GDC 09 keynote presentation, and speak to other special guests such as legendary Metal Gear creator, Hideo Kojima!
X-Play is the only place to catch the 9th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards, too. We're bringing you a half-hour special on Friday, April 10 at 6:30PM ET/PT, so you can check out the show and help honor the developers of the best video games released during the previous calendar year, as well as awards key figures from the video game community. Be the first to find out if LittleBigPlanet, Left 4 Dead or Braid take Best Game Design.