Hello from hip East London! It's the third day of EGX Rezzed and the second day of developer sessions - but if you can't make it to the show, you can watch all the sessions live on YouTube in the embeds below.
We've got sessions on some of our favourite recent and future PC games - Total War: Warhammer, Vermintide and Sunless Sea - plus the annual game jam, a panel on game narrative from our friends at RPS, and a special panel hosted by yours truly on the great British studios Bullfrog and Lionhead, whose story is sadly soon to draw to a close.
Here are the full details, shamelessly copy-pasted from the Rezzed website because look, it's Saturday, sorry.
12pm: Storming the Castle! Total War: WARHAMMER. Join us as Andre Arsenault, Lead Battle AI Programmer on Total War: WARHAMMER, explores the latest advancements in Total War siege battle AI.
1pm: Rock, Paper, Shotgun presents: Sunless Sea Retrospective. Developer Liam McDonald and producer Lottie Bevan talk about 2015's Sunless Sea and present the latest version of Zubmariner, the upcoming expansion which takes your Captain under the Unterzee.
2pm: Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide. In this presentation Liam O'Neill (Associate Producer) will talk you through the development and release of Vermintide. Sharing valuable lessons, funny stories and insight into the future of the game.
3pm: A Bullfrog and Lionhead retrospective. Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it was looking to close Guildford's Lionhead Studios, a beacon of UK game development that was itself born from the ashes of 90s heroes Bullfrog Productions. Eurogamer editor Oli Welsh is joined by a panel of Bullfrog and Lionhead alumni to celebrate the studios' unique achievements, from Dungeon Keeper to Fable.
4pm: Panel: The Present & Future of Narrative in Games. Rock, Paper, Shotgun's John Walker hosts a discussion on story in games. The panellists are Inkle founder Jon Ingold and Chris Gardiner, Head Writer at Failbetter Games.
5pm: The Creative Assembly GameJam. Join us as our hardworking teams present their final games. Who will impress our panel of expert judges and come out on top?
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