Those interested in the gears and pulleys behind the curtains of video game design will be pleased to know that a number of Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2014 presentations are now available free for viewing online at the GDC Vault.
As you no doubt know from our GDC round-ups, the conference proved to be particularly fiery — a proliferation of augmented and virtual reality devices and games, an increased focus on better representation and inclusion within games and game developers with the Advocacy Track, post-mortem breakdowns of both modern and classic games (such as Shenmue), and an in-depth look at development hurdles within the indie scene means there’s likely something to whet every taste.
You can browse the sessions by category or type, or search for a topic that interests you. Similarly, you can access content from previous years by going to the free section of the GDC Vault.
Source: GDC Vault