Here’s our photo gallery from the DICE Summit 2012. This year’s conference drew more than 700 game industry luminaries to a wide variety of talks on the art and science of making video games.
The 20-year company club: Frank Pearce (Blizzard), Ted Price (Insomniac), and Mike Capps (Epic)
Atari veterans Ed Rotberg, Owen Rubin, and Rich Adam
Greg Kasavin and Amir Rao (Super Giant Games) get an award for Bastion.
Gears of War 3's Lancer rifle (with chainsaw bayonet) at Epic Games' party
Daniel Kim, CEO of Nexon America
Denny Thorley, CEO of Day 1 Studios
Robert Bowling of Infinity Ward
Ed Logg, creator of Asteroids, got the lifetime achievement award.
Felicia Day, star of The Guild and Dragon Age Redemption
Frank Pearce of Blizzard Entertainment (he won't talk about Titan)
Glen Ballard, six-time Grammy winner
Douche move: Eric Hirshberg replays criticism for Call of Duty Elite from Neils Hansen
Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, explains why COD Elite is not a douche move.
Former Navy Seal Team Seven member Isaac Gilmore speaks about how to learn from failure.
David Jaffe (Eat Sleep Play) says a story can get in the way of good gameplay.
Comedian Jay Mohr closed the Interactive Achievement Awards in his undies and robe.
Jay Mohr hosted the Interactive Achievement Awards for the 7th year in a row.
Julian Eggebrecht (TouchFactor)
Arnt Jensen and Dino Patti of Playdead, the developer of Limbo
Martin Rae, president of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences
Matias Myllyrinne, managing director of Remedy Entertainment
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter
Min Kim, head of live games at Nexon and new AIAS board member
Morgan Webb and Adam Sessler of G4
Perrin Kaplan of Zebra Partners, looking like she's saying "Whatever"
Rich Hilleman of Electronic Arts talked about world peace through games.
Jesse Schell of Schell Games and David Perry of Gaikai
Seamus Blackley of Innovative Leisure
Sefton Hill of Rocksteady
Jamin Warren of Kill Screen Magazine looks at Adam Sessler's ankles.
Shu Yoshida (head of Sony's game studios) shows off his PlayStation Vita.
Tim Sweeney of Epic Games was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Todd Howard, creator of Skyrim, accepted the award for game of the year.