Bizarre, Codemasters, Disney all confirmed for Develop Liverpool

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 6 October 2010 13:25 GMT

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Organisers for the one-day Develop Liverpool event have confirmed more developers to speak at it, including Bizarre Creations, Codemasters’ F1 dev team, Disney, Sony and more.

Bizarre’s Charnjit Bansl and Disney Black Rock’s Nick Baynes will talk about making racers with both Blur and Split/Second, while Codies’ Paul Jeal and Stephen Hood carry out a “post-mortem” on F1 2010 following its release at the end of next month.

Sony will send 3D boss Mick Hocking to keynote the event in a speech called “Seeing is Believing: 3D a New Creative Medium for Games”, while Evolution Studios’ Matt Southern will show the making of Motorstorm: Apocalypse.

Traveller’s Tales’ Arthur Pearsons and Blitz Games’ Philip Oliver will also be at the event.

Develop Liverpool takes place on November 25.

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