Last night GenCon released the Exhibitor List & Map so future attendees can see where their favorite game companies will be positioned in the new expansion. That’s right, this year’s exhibit hall will not be in the same place as last year, but rather in the shiny new areas along Capitol Street. GenCon even made a video to walk you through the new area.
The 2010 ENnies Awards at GenCon should be called the Year of Pathfinder. While the very awesome Year of the Shadow Lodge event was taking place at Pathfinder Society, Paizo swept the ENnies!
My alma mater, Indiana University – Purdue University of Indianapolis, returns to GenCon this year. Not only are doing a bunch of workshops and seminars concerning making video games, they are also hosting a FREE offsite (four blocks away) event with Tracy Hickman.
Just in case anyone is wondering (and for my own reference) I am posting my schedule for this year’s Gen Con. I’ve left Saturday evening free because I’m anticipating that I’ll be attending White Wolf’s infamous Gen Con Party (assuming it’s happening and/or I score an invite). Either way, I’ll be partying with my wife and some of our friends.
As GenCon approaches, my thoughts keep wondering about how emerging and existing technologies could be used to make the convention/event experience more enjoyable. I took a high-level look at using location-based social technology before in Leveraging Geolocation for Roleplaying Games, but I wanted to explore the technology at the implementation level for gaming conventions and events.
Well, it has been a week since GenCon 09 ended, and I am sure everyone got their fill of GenCon related posts, but I still feel like I need to debrief my readers on my experience. I have attended every GenCon since it migrated to Indianapolis but one, and each has been an entirely different experience for me. This year was no exception.
My alma mater, IUPUI, has obtained a booth at GenCon is showing off their work, including an ARG. Tracy Hickman will also be speaking at the University and hosting a Killer Dinner!
MadBrew has thrown down his gauntlet for the Blogger BloodBath 2008 competition. BB08 is presented by Living Dice and d20Pro. Bloggers will compete against each other using 3.5 OGL characters and interfacing with d20Pro.
I’m sure I am just contributing to the GenCon echo chamber, but there are some observations I was wanting to share. The first thing I noticed is that since I […]
GenCon begins tomorrow. My comrades will arrive this evening, and we will set forth into four days of gaming. We have booked every single Living Realms adventure as well as […]