Friday, February 09, 2007
In an unconventional presentation at the annual DICE Summit, Newsweek videogame journalist N'Gai Croal sat down with Phil Harrison, President of Worldwide Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment for an unrehearsed question and answer session that would include audience participation. The presentation was described by Croal as "20 questions you always wanted to ask Phil Harrison but were too afraid to."
The session began with Croal making it clear that the questions were not presented to Harrison in advance. Harrison quipped that there were only two topics that could not be broached in the session: anything related to Sony share prices, as that information was sensitive and nothing regarding his personal life, including his possible criminal record and/or sordid personal affairs. (Read More)
D.I.C.E. 07: Gears grabs gold
Gears of War takes home eight D.I.C.E. awards, including Game of the Year, Console Game of the Year, and Action/Adventure Game of the Year; Wii Sports nabs three at the 10th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards (IAAs)