The third day of GDC 2005 is like the middle of an enormous hamburger – the bites leading up to it, while tasty initially, feel like microscopic bites in comparison to the acres of flavor exploding across your taste buds. That may be a slight exaggeration, but you get the idea.
On Wednesday, the daylong tutorials vanish, to be replaced by consumable hour-long lectures and panels, underlined by the unique mixture of cutting-edge technology and alcohol known as the expo Booth Crawl. The first thing on my
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