The Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 started earlier this week, and I think it’s the right time to remind you (anyone interested in game creation) that there are more than 1000 free content on the GDCVault web site: http://www.gdcvault.com/free.
Every conference since the first GDC has been recorded, and all the videos, sildeshows or audio files are available on the web site. The suscription to access all the content is quite costly (but not expensive when you compare it to the quality and quantity), so it’s very nice to see that almost a quarter of the total content is actually free.
These assets are very valuable for any game developer, and the scope ranges from design to programming, through visuals, audio and marketing. There is interesting content for anyone.
Here are a few examples, among many (the first video is embedded to give a quick preview)
- Prince of Persia making of
- Shenmue post-mortem by Yu Suzuki
- Puzzle & Dragons success
- LucasFilms Games creation post-mortem
- AI in HearthStone
- Rogue Legacy development in a budget
- Three years of itarations on Antichamber
- The art of Diablo 3
Go to http://www.gdcvault.com/free to have access to more than a thousand free resources.