If crafting believable, authentic levels where it feels like real people live and work is important to you, check out this GDC 2019 talk on the anthropologically-influenced level design of Hitman 2!
Gamasutra has published short, interesting interviews with about half of this year's IGF award finalists, so now's a great time to jump in and get caught up on what these innovative devs are up to!
Come to GDC 2019 and enjoy an earnest look at the little tricks and narrative nuances that make stories sing -- even if players only engage with your game for a few minutes at a time!
The Fair Play Alliance, a cross-industry initiative focused on fostering fair play in online games, has announced it will return for Game Developers Conference 2019 with an all-day Fair Play Summit!
Sony's PSVR game Astro Bot Rescue Mission is lauded as one of the best VR platformers to date, and at GDC 2019 next month some of its lead developers will show you exactly how they pulled it off!
The story behind each of these unique games is fascinating, and the Gamasutra team have been publishing a series of interviews with this year's alt.ctrl.GDC participants that are well worth reading!
Come to GDC next month to see exactly how NES Tetris is played like a modern esport, and how the CTWC's positive culture strengthens the value of both the event and the modern Tetris community!
At GDC 2019, advocate and writer Cherry Thompson will be helping you design better disabled characters to join the casts of your games!
Public votes will help determine the winners, which will be announced live during the ceremonies on Wednesday, March 20th, as part of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco!
Grinding Gear Games' Path of Exile is a free-to-play success story, and at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco next month you'll get to see how the dev team keeps it going strong.
At GDC 2019, Deep End Games co-founder wants to help you manage your time better and steer away from the treacherous shoals of crunch.
Blizzard has a reputation for filling its games with charming, colorful characters, and at the 2019 Game Developers Conference in March you'll get a rare look at how a new Blizzard hero is designed.