Rare to deliver Develop motion control keynote

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 29 April 2010 11:06 GMT

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Rare’s George Andreas is to deliver a keynote at Develop in Brighton based on motion controls.

The session, called “The Future IS Controller-Free Games and Entertainment”, will see him talk about creating its first big launch title for Project Natal.

He also warned over old-school developers on gaming design: “Everything you’ve learnt over the last 25 years – throw it away!”

Yesterday, Double Fine’s Tim Schafer was announced yesterday for the event, while BioWare bosses Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk will deliver the main keynote at the event.

Develop takes place between July 13-15.

Thanks, Develop

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