Martin Rae, the new president of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, has said that the DICE is a great summit for those in the industry to come to due to its “exclusive yet inclusive,” feel.
Speaking in a video interview with Gamespot, Rae said until larger events like E3 which are more product based, DICE is more about development and honoring the work and artistic representation that goes into creating games.
Rae also chatted about his history in the industry as the founder of Boss Game Studios, which in the late nineties produced games for N64 and PSone such as: Top Gear Rally, Spider: The Video Game, Twisted Edge Snowboarding, World Driver Championship, and Stunt Racer 64.
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