Nintendo to host three panels at GDC 2008
Nintendo has announced that it will be holding three talks during this year’s Game Developers Conference. The panels will be focusing on three of the company’s biggest products: Wii Fit, WiiWare, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. For more information, scoot on over to the full article.
Nintendo has revealed that it will be holding three talks during this year’s Game Developers Conference. The talks will be focusing on three of the company’s most talked about products, namely: Wii Fit, WiiWare, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
The talk on Wii Fit, which will be held on February 20 at 4 P.M., will be handled by the producer of the Wii Balance Board development team Takao Sawano. Users who attend can expect to hear about the development of the Wii Balance Board, its launch in Japan, and the public reaction towards this product.
Two days later, Takashi Aoyama will discuss the development of the Wii console’s internal hardware programming. Expect to hear about certain features integrated in the system such as entertainment and informational channels launched in Japan and the upcoming WiiWare service.
On the same day, Masahiro Sakurai will give a talk on how he approached the task of creating Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This panel will include topics such as how he leveraged popular characters and game worlds from the history of Nintendo and other publishers.
It looks like this year’s Game Developers Conference is shaping up to be quite an event. Those lucky enough to be able to attend might want to consider dropping in on one of these talks hosted by Nintendo.