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Seen@GDC: The Winnitron 1000, featuring Super Crate Box

You've never played IGF Pavillion game Super Crate Box? Well then, let's fix that right now (it's free!). Unfortunately, if you weren't at GDC -- or aren't a resident of Winnipeg, Canada -- it's going to be a bit difficult to check out the game's two player co-op mode, housed inside of the...

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Seen@GDC: Yu Suzuki vs. USSR

We ... don't think he can claim all of these things as his "game works."...

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Seen@GDC: Homefront's free lunch

THQ's literal Homefront marketing machine, the "Korean taco"-peddling Pyongyang Express, has made its scheduled appearance at GDC 2011. Its "Subsidized Good Food for a Better America" is being (orderly) distributed free of charge -- although consuming it is, technically, eating away at freedom....

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Seen(through)@GDC: The official shutter glasses

Some developers are making 3D games that require active shutter glasses. Some are making games that make use of (passive) polarized glasses. But all of the devs who attend GDC will have the opportunity to take home these static shutter glasses from the GDC shop, for $7. The 3D effect is...

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Seen@E3: DeLorean sans Doc Brown

While waiting in line for Microsoft's appointments yesterday morning, we were witness to any valet's dream: a DeLorean pulling into the drive. No doubt someone was attempting to travel back in time to avert the massive damage the Viceroy Hotel received earlier at the hands (wheels?) of a vicious...

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Seen@E3: Microsoft hotel vs. Truck

Although the damage doesn't look that great, it was quite the little scene. While getting ready to see Halo Wars (more on that very soon), there was an extremely loud crashing sound in the Viceroy hotel lobby. Everyone in the room snapped their heads to look outside. Through the glass doors you...

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Seen at E3: A message to MMOs

No beating about the bush from this MMO. Directly attacking your competitors may not be nice, but with a MMO cliché that's so ingrained in the genre, sometimes you have to be bold to succeed. Unless, of course, they had a lapse of concentration while typing Mr. Presley's name....

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