D.I.C.E. 2011 Interactive Achievement Awards Wrap-up
Shaun goes down the red carpet to see what developers are expecting from the 14th annual Interactive Achievement Awards followed by a wrap-up with Ricardo and Shaun.
One thing that gets me a little as a flash game dev is that angry birds had really been done before it was ever created on the iphone. Really most of the games making it on the iphone now are just copies of flash games and yet the flash game devs do not get really any respect.
if its original and breath taking enough we will see a portable game win game of the year sometime in the future maybe not soon but its coming.
My god is the game industry ..where the Asian and Black dev?the game industry is to white HAAHH!! I CAN'T SEE ANYTHING I'M BLIND!!!,no seriously most of those Dev don't even deserve an Award but Bioware dev do.
Well, IMO Gamespot provided one of the best coverages of this event (probably 2nd best right after official G4TV). It's good to see such professional attitude. Keep it up guys! Though I wouldn't mind even more interviews in future if possible.However, Ricardo's last words about positive effects of diversity and distribution of awards between Mass Effect and Red Dead Redemption..., in the light of Gamespot's own awards distribution... well... let's say... they made me smirk a little bit ;).
Stellar explanation by Richard Garriott. His comments are out of this world. uh... *insert space pun*
I really like Angry Birds but I just don't really see the hype. Almost everybody at my school (with an iPod/iPhone has this app and (in my own opinion) just a bit dissappointing... Thumbs up please if you agree.