Reminder: Last Day For GDC 2010 Early Registration

Organizers of GDC 2010 are reminding that today is the last day to register for up to 35% off pass prices for the March 9th-13th event, with the free Android phone offer also expiring today.
The Moscone Center, San Francisco-based event has just announced a raft of new lectures, including highlighted talks from Pixar notables, Lionhead’s Peter Molyneux, Double Fine’s Tim Schafer, and Final Fantasy XIII‘s director Motomu Toriyama, and a surprise lecture from Metroid co-creator Yoshio Sakamoto.
However, Thursday, February 4th is the final day that GDC is accepting registrations at the early rate, which includes up to 35% discount from final pass prices. The early reg rate will be open until 11.50pm ET this evening.
In addition, today is the final day to register for free Nexus One and Verizon Droid by Motorola phones with GDC 2010 attendance, as part of a promotion between Google and Game Developers Conference. Select All-Access Pass and Summits & Tutorials Pass attendees will receive the phone, and more information is available on a GDC website page.
As well as the nine major Summits, from iPhone to indie and social games — and notable tutorials on the first two days of the show, there are six main Tracks – programming, art, production, business, audio, and design – for GDC 2010. These include lectures from the creators of Assassin’s Creed II, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Uncharted 2, Braid, God Of War III, Dante’s Inferno, APB, and a host of other acclaimed games.
Game Developers Conference 2010 will also play host to the GDC Expo Floor, including a host of notable tool companies, the recruitment-specific GDC Career Pavilion, the 12th Annual Independent Games Festival plus Awards and the 10th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards, open to all pass holders.
More information on many of the highlighted areas of GDC 2010 is available on the official Game Developers Conference weblog, and the GDC 2010 website has a full list of lectures, passes, and opportunities at this year’s event, as well as specific on registration pricing and options.
Attendees are also reminded that they can email GDC 2010’s registration staff — or call them at 866-535-8997 or +1 (415) 947-6926 from 9am to 4pm PT each weekday — if they have any issues registering. (All GDC 2010 registrations commenced before the 11.50pm ET deadline will be honored, even if any technical issues occur.)