2014 Game Developers Conference

Not familiar with the Game Developers Conference? If you’re a gamer, you should be. Once a year, GDC brings the greatest minds in gaming together beneath the roof of San Francisco’s Moscone Center, where the topic is not just games, but the state of gaming. We’ll be there live to cover all the show’s news, announcements, and of course, to pick the brains of your favorite developers and find out what’s next.

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Defend towers and beat back corruption in Terraria: Otherworld

Re-Logic and Engine Software have shared juicy new details and a trailer from GDC about Terraria: Otherworld the standalone spinoff announced in February.

Exploring Telltale Games’ master plan to evolve modern storytelling

Digital Trends sits down to talk success and evolution for its third annual Game Developer's Conference chat with Telltale Games CEO Dan Connors.

GDC sets new attendance record, next year’s show confirmed for March 2-6

More than 24,000 people attended GDC 2014 in San Francisco, which is a new record for the annual event. Next year’s show will be held from March 2 through March 6, 2015.

Steam Controller gets a slight redesign for its GDC 2014 appearance

Digital Trends takes a closer look at Valve's newly redesigned Steam Controller, which loses the earlier touch-sensitive pads in favor of a standard layout.

Sony’s Project Morpheus in pictures and in action

Take a peek at Sony's Project Morpheus VR headset, with close-up looks at the hardware itself as well as what it looks like when you put it on and use it.

Sony’s long-standing interest in virtual reality gives Project Morpheus an edge

Digital Trends chats with Sony U.S. R&D senior software engineer Anton Mikhailov about Project Morpheus, how the technology could grow from here, and the company's VR-ready legacy.

GDC 2014 is over, but these gaming trends from the show are just beginning

With Game Developers Conference concluding, we look back at some of the trends that stood out from the conference, from virtual reality to free to play games and more.

Your wandering gaze controls the game with Sony’s futuristic eye-tracking tech

While showing of its new virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus, Sony also gave us a peek at its eye tracking hardware, which allows you to control a game’s camera with your eyes.