January 25, 2007 - Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide head honcho, Phil Harrison, will be delivering a keynote address titled "Game 3.0: Developing and Creating for the Third Age of Video Games" at this year's Game Developers Conference. GDC 2007, an annual technology show dedicated to the art, science, and business of games, will take place from March 5-9 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco.
In his talk, Harrison will attempt to complement this year's "Take Control" theme. Harrison will explore the seemingly infinite entertainment, creative, and commercial opportunities presented by the massively connected communities of players and developers. The SCE Worldwide Studios boss-man will also demonstrate some exclusive insights into the company's development of products and services.
"Each console cycle gives platforms the chance to reinvent the experiences they enable developers to provide to gamers," said Jamil Moledina, Executive Director of the Game Developers Conference. "Phil Harrison is uniquely positioned to apply both his prescient creative abilities and his command of a globe-spanning network of leading development teams -- to bring the entire developer community in on the giant leap forward of the PLAYSTATION(R)3."
Phil Harrison's keynote, "Game 3.0: Developing and Creating for the Third Age of Video Games," will take place from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. in the Esplanade Room of the Moscone Center's South Hall on Wednesday, March 7.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!