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What's in a Name: Gaikai

David Perry, Co-Founder and CEO of Gaikai, sat down with us during last week's Game Developers Conference: Online in Austin, TX. Over the howl of the expo floor's contemporary rock soundtrack, David let us in on Gaikai's mysterious branding: "Basically one of our founders, his name is Rui...

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BioWare Mythic on Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes' MMO origins

Not everybody is in the closed beta of Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes; if we were, it wouldn't be closed. That's just about the only way to know any details about BioWare Mythic's new free-to-play spinoff, as the company's been quiet since announcing the game at GamesCom. During GDC Online,...

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PS Vita's form factor is 'super oval,' touch panels are extremely high-resolution

At a sponsored, Vita-focused panel at GDC Online, SCEA Senior Staff Developer Support Engineer Chris Norden described the "form factor" of the new handheld using the official Sony terminology. It's a "super oval." Norden didn't specify how the super oval differs from a regular oval -- maybe just...

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PlayStation Suite SDK will be released in 'limited beta' in November

During TGS, Sony announced that the development kit for the cross-platform PlayStation Suite program would be released in November. During a panel at GDC Online today, SCE's Shigeru Sugimoto clarified the timing of that release. In November, the SDK will be released as a limited beta, or a...

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GDC Play offers paid exhibition space to indies at GDC Online and 2012

GDC Play, a new program to showcase emerging independent developers and their games, will debut at GDC Online 2011, which runs October 10-13 in Austin. The initiatve will have its own pavilion "in the heart of the show room floor" on October 11 and 12. Exhibitors in this pavilion will be given...

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First GDC Online 2011 summits announced

Despite the brutal, anti-nerd reality that is Texas weather, Austin has become a major hub for development houses that produce MMOs and casual/social online titles. BioWare, NCSoft, Blizzard, SOE, heck, even Zynga; they've all got offices in Austin and collectively they're responsible for a...

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