London Games Conference: Did you miss anything?

Yesterday’s London Games Conference 2011 entertained and informed executives from across all levels of the games industry – here’s our recap.

People traveled from around the world for the event, which was held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Both MCV and Develop were on hand to report on the biggest insights about the future digital entertainment and retail, gleaned from keynotes, presentations and panel sessions featuring some of the most notable names in gaming.

The event was sponsored by IGN and InComm.

Speakers included GameStop’s Mike Mauler, Sega’s John Clark, Eidos’ Ian Livingstone, PopCap’s David Bishop and OnLive’s Tom Paquin.

Click here for the complete liveblog.


GamesStop: Digital sales will hit $35bn by 2014

‘Handheld consoles are doomed’ ‘DRM harms sales’

Sega: Digital could overtake retail by 2015

Miniclip: Browser games approaching ‘console quality’

PopCap reveals how to fail at mobile gaming

Xbox: All entertainment will be interactive in five years

‘Expect 600m connected devices by 2014’

OnLive challenges studios to ‘blow our minds’


‘Digital revolution will help, not hinder retail’

‘The Old Republic will be the last big MMO’

Handhelds are doomed, industry survey finds

All entertainment will be interactive ‘within five years’

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