Gamedaily's James Brightman writes: With E3 scaled back and still trying to "find itself," we look ahead to what's become the industry's biggest event: GDC. The show's director Jamil Moledina shares his thoughts on this year's GDC.
BIZ: You get to hear a lot of big news in advance of the show. Last year you knew about Sony's PlayStation Home and LittleBigPlanet before any of us. Will there be any shocking revelations from Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo? What clues can you give us?
JM: Well James, do you own a 360? [Smiles]
BIZ: What should we expect from Microsoft's John Schappert at his keynote? Why do you think Microsoft chose Schappert (who's new to MS) over Shane Kim or Don Mattrick?
JM: As you alluded to in your previous question, GDC keynotes, both speakers and content, are mutually developed editorial sessions of the GDC. As such, we work with the platforms and other speakers to determine if the speaker and the content are a good fit for the show. Based on the content, John Schappert is exactly the right person to deliver this address.