The 2012 Game Developers Conference online registration is closing tomorrow. As of right now the timer on the official website reads “1 day: 7 hours: 27 minuts”. If you haven’t registered yet for this event, do so before the time runs out.
The benefit of registering by tomorrow, depending on which pass you’re planning on purchasing, could save you up to $150. Prices for the passes are as low as $75 and as high as $2,100, so be sure to go through the benefits of each specific pass to see which one would be best for you. The $75 pass is a student pass, so that may be something many students going to UCLA, here in Los Angeles may be interested in purchasing.
The Game Developers Conference (GDC) is a long-running, professionals-only, event for the video game industry. So there for, unfortunately, it is not open to the public. Though television stations like G4TV have been known to cover the event in previous years, and will be doing so again this year.
This year’s event takes place on March 5-9 in San Francisco. That’s five days of discussions on all things video games, and other video game-related topics. This is where the year takes off in letting the gamers know what to look forward to in the coming year. Think of it as a pre-E3 event.
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