The entry reads, “Held at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, NC, this gaming expo may not get a lot of attention, but it certainly has a ton to offer. In addition to dozens of gaming tournaments, you’ll hear from a number of interesting speakers.”
With over 2 million subscribers Game Informer is the #1 computer and video game magazine.
This video takes a look into the writing and composing processes.
From the two different concepts of myth versus logic story lines as well as the different styles someone may have of stringing a storyboard together.
He even delves slightly into the next generation of consoles and the work that they bring with them as well as the benefits.
Rafael Chandler is the Creative Director of Media Sunshine Inc., a company that provides consulting services to game developers and publishers. Prior to that, he worked for Ubisoft as a writer/designer on the Tom Clancy series of games.
This is another in depth look into the video game industry that isn’t worth missing! Click here to see the video.
The first round of additions includes Charles River Media, Neogence Studios, the School of Communication Arts, Thomson Course Technology, Ultimate Duck Hunting, and the US Army. We have many more companies to add so keep checking back for more info!
This video goes into the detailed process of what a game producer does and the steps that have to be taken in order to make the game successful. Each process of pre-production, production, testing, and after production is thoroughly broken down.
At the end of this speech is a question and answer session. Perhaps even one of your own questions appears!
Timothy Buie is an assistant professor in the College of Design at North Carolina State University. He’s been working in the Industrial Design Department for ten years and occasionally teaches an art and design class.
Introducing us to the world of games through scholastics; he teaches classes such as digital imaging and ID400 Real and Modeling & Animation and is proposing more classes such as ID292 which would cover game design, the phenomenon of games, and the inner makings of a game.
Buie states that he has been seeing a lack of creativity in video games. His students have the creativity it just needs to be harvested. Working together the students create games and in his opinion certainly know how to make things and make them appealing to the masses!
The students learn to how to draw and draw a lot. Everything starts with and idea and then moves into the pitch. A ton of hard work is involved to design, create, and produce a demo. The end of the clip gives a vibrant example of the outcome once everything is followed through.
To get a more in depth feel, check out of the video!
They will exhibit along side Thomson Course Technology at this year’s expo. In addition they will be donating books to be given away as door prizes.
We would like to thank both Charles River Media and Thomson Course Technology for supporting game development and G2Expo.
Click here to visit Charles River Media’s list of game development related titles.
Crucial Technology is a division of Micron Semiconductor Products, Inc., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc. Crucial provides high-quality memory upgrades, graphics cards, flash memory and a host of products to enhance the entire computing experience on its Web site at www.crucial.com. Crucial offers over 200,000 upgrades for more than 25,000 desktops, notebooks, servers, routers, printers and electronic devices.
Damon Scott recently got out of the Marine Corps and is actively pursuing his gaming endeavors. He has experience managing gaming centers and is a console admin and writer for the Global Gaming League.
Michael Brandt was ranked World's Third Most Dangerous Gamer in the October'06 issue of EGM magazine.
Featured this year will be Super Smash Brothers Melee, Capcom vs SNK 2, Soul Calibur 3, Tekken 5, Virtual Fighter 4, Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, Street Fighter 2: AE, Guilty Gear Slash, Dead or Alive 4, and Marvel vs Capcom 2.
Click here to visit the tournaments page and get more info.
The Army Adventure Van incorporates several exhibits into one. While the specifics of the particular van appearing at the expo are unknown some example experiences may include flying or firing weapons on a helicopter, testing your skills and accuracy in operating an Abrams tank, or improving your marksmanship in firing an M9 on a simulated targeting system.
All experiences are simulated with the realism required to prepare troops for real world combat.
The U.S. Mission Support Battalion conducts professional mobile and fixed exhibits, provide multimedia and graphics support, and develop and produce marketing and incentive products to connect America’s people with America’s Army, enhance public awareness, and provide quality leads to the U.S. Army accessions effort.
As an added bonus Thomson is supplying books as door prizes to be given away during various speaker sessions. Thus making it even easier to walk away from G2Expo with all the resources needed to begin developing your own video game!
Whether you are a beginner to the world of game programming, an experienced hobbyist looking for the latest tips and techniques, or a professional game developer keeping up with technology trends, you’ll find the guidance you’re looking for in Thomson’s Game Development series.
Click here to browse through over 87 titles on subjects ranging from 3D Graphics and OpenGL programming to Game Physics and Multiplayer Programming.
The first video is the story of Mid Carolina Media, Inc. told by it's founder Joseph Middleton. Attendees at the G2Expo'06 got an inside scoop on Ultimate Duck Hunting months before it was released. Also included is inside information on starting your own video game company from the ground up.
Each video link will be available next to the respected speakers name on our Speaker Page. You may also quickly view this particular video by clicking here.
The G2Expo’07 team hopes you enjoy the new layout and will be able to find what you are looking for quickly and easily. If you have questions or comments please feel free to post in the forums or fill out the contact form!
Check back often as the new site is just the beginning. We will be announcing our new sponsors and contributors soon as well as many other aspects of G2Expo’07 which have been under development since the day after G2Expo’06!
The business club responsible for the Goldsboro Gaming Expo is a 501(c)3 non-profit, meaning any donations should be tax deductable!
Our next Goldsboro Gaming Expo will be held on Saturday January 27th 2007! Mark your calendars to attend. We always welcome new volunteers, sponsors, or contributors so feel free to contact us if you are interested.
Just wanted to let everyone know we now have a 5 minute video that you just have to check out! Check the Event Footage section for the links!
750 Total attendees gathered for Today's Event!
Money Raised: 5084.29
Game rooms: 11
X-box 360s: 4
Playstation 2s: 12
FREE Arcades: 10
Total Number Games: 91
Hotdogs sold: 480
Lollipops sold: 300
Prize packs: 30 Tournament winner prize packs which included trophies, certificates, and $500.00 in gift cards.
Listen to http://www.bob933.com/jock_beaver.shtml monday through friday (Jan 30th - Feb 3rd) for a chance to win a ticket pack to g2e! Every night next week sets of tickets will be given away!
It was confirmed today that WomenGamers.com will be in attendance at the Goldsboro Gaming Expo.
WomenGamers.Com welcomes all types of gamers: female, male, young, old, with a passion for many different kinds of games. Their ultimate aim is to establish an environment where women gamers can be integrated with the rest of the gaming community
According to IDSA, women make up 43% of all PC gamers and 35% of console gamers-and their numbers are rising. Women gamers are more likely to play online games (53%) than male gamers (46%)