GamesBeat GamesBeat weekly roundup: DICE Summit news and more February 11, 2012 7:00 AM Dean Takahashi 0 Here’s some of the stories that ran only on GamesBeat this week. We’re running more stories exclusively on the GamesBeat section of VentureBeat now, particularly when the stories are mainly of interest to game readers. The broader interest stories are running on VentureBeat as well. And please visit the GamesBeat section to catch up on game news. We’re ramping up our game coverage, so you’ll find more and more news at GamesBeat. Here’s some of the stories that appeared exclusively on GamesBeat: Valve’s Gabe Newell offers update on Steam security breach AIAS game of the year: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim takes home the top honor Bethesda reveals Skyrim dragon mounts, house-building, Kinect shouts, and more! Gameloft Live enters the social mobile fray on Android, coming to iOS soon Tips and tricks: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning The Skylanders financial bet gets a lot bigger with Giants sequel Review: The Simpsons Arcade takes us back to the bowling alley David Jaffe to leave Eat Sleep Play when Twisted Metal is complete Microsoft Flight takes off on Feb. 29 And don’t miss some of our bigger stories in gaming this week, including coverage of the DICE Summit: Call of Duty Elite: It’s not a douche move — Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg The DeanBeat: DICE Summit entices the game industry’s insiders to Vegas Ninja Gaiden’s creator Itagaki pleads for game designers to create titles that change lives Epic’s Tim Sweeney predicts the next 20 years in gaming technology How Google plans to avoid Facebook’s “games ghetto” with Google+ The makers of Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command: iPhone is like an ’80s arcade Temple Run developer shares a behind the scenes look at making a runaway hit iOS game Meteor Games to publish high-end online game Hawken in December (exclusive) GamesBeat 2014 — VentureBeat’s sixth annual event on disruption in the video game market — is coming up on Sept 15-16 in San Francisco. Purchase your ticket now to save $200!