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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Crytek wants you to develop games with the CryEngine, for just $9.90 a month

Crytek, makers of Crysis and the recent Xbox One exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome, is offering its new game development engine, the CryEngine, for just $9.90 with no royalties charged.

Project Morpheus makes you look like Daft Punk, plunges you into 3D worlds

Sony's Project Morpheus demonstrates that Oculus Rift isn't the only virtual reality contender around. A firsthand look at how the prototype headset works.

Epic Games just changed game development thanks to a $19 a month subscription

At Game Developers Conference Epic Games announced a new subscription model for the Unreal Engine 4. For just $19 per month, you gain access to the engine and its source code.

$350 will net you the second-gen Oculus Rift developer model, now on sale

Oculus VR has announced the releases of the second Oculus VR SDK kit based on the recent Crystal Cove design. The sets are available for preorder now for $350.

Sony joins the VR fray with Project Morpheus, a headset for the PlayStation 4

At Game Developer Conference Sony announced “Project Morpheus,” its new prototype virtual reality headset made for gaming. The device is still in the design phase, but it is coming soon for the PS4.

Glimpse the future of gaming with our preview of GDC 2014

The Game Developers Conference in San Francisco brings enthusiasts together with gaming's biggest names in a first-person look at what's next for the industry.