You've missed us. And we've missed you. In this regulation-length Episode 168 of the No BS Podcast, Gordon, Nathan, and Andy discuss the Overclocker (Maximum PC's official mixed drink), an unnamed tablet from Apple, and Xoom/Zune confusion. Then, special guest Nathan Grayson stops by, fresh from GDC, to discuss his favorite sights from the show floor.
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Last week, GDC erupted all over the gaming world, raining molten news bits down on an unsuspecting populace. Tragically, despite a very high casualty count, most of Xbox Live managed to survive. The bottom line? A whole lot of stuff happened, and odds are, some of it managed to fly under your radar. Well, no more. Here's everything you need to know.
This week was the annual Game Developers Conference here in semi-sunny San Francisco. Many of the biggest names in PC (and console) gaming were here in town, so we went down to the show to have a look around. Keep reading for a gallery of some of the most interesting sights on the show floor and screenshots from some of the most beautiful, interesting, and downright bizarre games that we saw at GDC 2011!
We're on the ground at the Game Developer's Conference, and – to put it as eloquently as possible – stuff is happening. New games, old games, release dates, bold proclamations about the state of the gaming industry – there's a little (or a lot of) something for everyone. Now imagine if there was a single place where you could find all of that information. How ecstatic would you be? Ecstatic enough to click a button? Ecstatic enough to read more? Well then, click that button to, you know, read more.