Quantic Dream to talk at Paris GDC

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 3 June 2008 17:14 GMT

GameSetWatch has announced the latest slug of speakers to take the stage at the upcoming Paris GDC, including confirmation of a talk from Quantic Dream’s Guillaume de Fondaumiere.

Other definites are Allan Murphy (Microsoft); Lionel Lemarié (Sony Computer Entertainment Europe); Ian Baverstock (Kuju); Chris Mottes (Deadline Games); and Franc Hauselmann (Ubisoft).

Previously announced are Blizzard’s Rob Pardo as keynote speaker and Valve’s Kim Swift, resident Portal expert.

The event’s taking place on June 23-24 at the Coeur Défense Convention Centre in Paris (obviously). You need to register to get involved.

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