The organizers of the 2006 D.I.C.E. (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) Summit have announced they have booked some high-profile speakers for the event. The outspoken Reggie Fils-Aime, chief marketing officer of Nintendo of America, will talk about his company's "vision of the future for interactive entertainment." Valve Software founder and CEO Gabe Newell will provide insight into his company's Steam digitial distribution service. Kelly Flock, vice president of worldwide publishing at THQ, will also be in attendance. Visit the official D.I.C.E. S.I.T.E. for more information.
Fils-Aime, Newell join D.I.C.E. speaker lineup
Nintendo exec and Valve founder will speak at annual game event, slated for February 2006.
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Satoru Iwata is the best speaker from Nintendo, even if he has a cold. I hate Reggie, he continues the battle against other companies whenever there is no reason for.
Hum, the second time Valve and Nintendo are speaking together... I'm feeling valve games on Revolution. Nintendo wi-fi system will be a lot like steam in that you will be able to purchase games online. Wouldn't Half-Life 2 + Aftermath be a great launch title for Revolution. What better way to show of the controllers fps skills then having the best fps there is.
I`m sorry , Reggie sucks. He has no sense of humor and his presentations are more like preaching down on the people. I`d rather listen to Satoru Iwata.
Hopefully Valve Releases some games for the Revolution. Counter Strike Revolution would be sweet as well as a new Half Life.
Can't wait to hear what Reggie has to say! He's the man. Even though it probably won't be much different than usual...