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At GDC, games on the brain

Developers aim to lure women to adult games. Also: The next game controller could be your gray matter. And Sony brings it 'Home' for the PS3.

San Francisco plays host to the first Game Developers Conference of the PS3-Wii era.

With everything from face recognition to Sony's "Home," the conference holds its ground as a developer's event--but it isn't afraid to be flashy.
March 9, 2007

Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, developer of games like Donkey Kong, offered conference-goers a vision for reaching broad audiences.


March 8, 2007

Nintendo exec Shigeru Miyamoto speaks to the 5,300 exuberant attendees at the 2007 Game Developers Conference.
March 8, 2007

Group of designers discusses several issues facing the adult-oriented video game industry.
March 8, 2007

blog Microsoft Game Studio Xbox 360 title wins the best game award at Wednesday night's Game Developers Choice awards.
March 7, 2007

PlayStation 3 maker tries to leverage the success of popular virtual worlds with its own 3D social space.

March 7, 2007

Game platform apparently can respond to emotions and conscious thoughts to move objects on the screen.

March 7, 2007

That's what Jane McGonigal predicts in her keynote speech on serious games at the Game Developers Conference.

March 6, 2007

Some developers wonder if GDC will remain their annual rendezvous as the conference replaces E3 as the largest industry-only game event worldwide.
March 4, 2007

Microsoft plans to announce a contest to develop the next great digital diversion for the company's Xbox 360.
The New York Times
March 4, 2007

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