Update Friday 31st March: Yesterday's sessions have all been uploaded to the EGX YouTube channel. Find them there or in the embeds we've added below.

Good morning from a slightly chilly basement press room on a beautiful early spring morning in London! It's the first day of EGX Rezzed, the indie-ish game show from our friends and paymasters at Gamer Network. And you know what that means, don't you - talks by and with some fascinating game creators in the Rezzed Developer Sessions.

If you're not able to make it to the show today, don't worry, because you can watch the sessions live in the Twitch embed below, or at twitch.tv/egx. They'll also be uploaded to the EGX YouTube channel afterwards and we'll add embeds here when those are available.

First up, at 12pm UK time today, I'll be in conversation with legendary BioShock creator Ken Levine in his first on-stage appearance since 2014. He'll be talking about his game design journey, as well as his new studio Ghost Story Games and, hopefully, dropping a few tidbits about the game he's working on there.

Next up, at 1pm, Arkane Studios creative director Raphael Colantonio will be showing us some exclusive new footage of the studio's next game Prey, and chatting to our own Johnny Chiodini about it.

At 2pm, Belgian heroes Larian Studios will be looking at some of the new narrative systems in Divinty: Original Sin 2, sequel to the studio's well-received old-school computer RPG.

At 3pm, our friends from Rock, Paper, Shotgun are hosting the indie dev Foam Sword to talk about their nostalgic RPG Knights & Bikes.

And finally at 4pm, William Pugh of The Stanley Parable fame promises a no-holds-barred look at the life of a game dev. "He has seen horrifying things and will reveal ALL!!" This is an 18+ session, ominously.

Should be a fascinating day. Join us tomorrow for much more - including some hot Total War news!

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