If you want to know how the systems in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild really work, then you'll want to watch this full presentation from GDC.
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No Man's Sky may not have been the ultimate in procedural space sims, but for some, it was good enough. A new update has renewed interest in the title and Hello Games frontman Sean Murray is talking again. He even presented at this year's GDC, revealing a few fascinating tidbits about the game's launch and the company's future.
It's well-documented that Tracer was Overwatch's first playable hero, but before the game was ever playable, another character helped hammer out Overwatch's identity. Surprisingly, it was Torbjorn.
Overwatch's newest hero, Orisa, isn't what you'd call, er, typical. She's a quadrupedal robo-tank with horns, and she kinda came out of nowhere. In creating her, Blizzard faced some unique challenges.
GDC's "alt.ctrl" section is a lawless land unified only by a single question: "why not?" It's living proof that anything can be a game controller if you just believe hard enough. And while many of the games on display can be gimmicky, Objects in Space feels like a game I'd play even without all the extra hardware.
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, we're doing a series of episodes form the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Part and parcel of gaming development is the ability to cross borders to attend conventions, trade shows and shake hands with gamers, publishers and everyone in between. But the recent moves on immigration from the White House have resulted in an awful lot of chaos for everyone involved, including green card holders.
But the Game Developers Conference is due to kick off at the end of this month, and for devs it's one of the most important dates on the calendar. So to help out those who suddenly found themselves unable to go, Devolver Digital has stepped up.