What video game developer will appear at WWDC?

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by Jyby, May 31, 2011.

  1. Jyby
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    With the unveiling of a new operating system Apple has traditionally invited a developer to share the latest and greatest video games can offer consumers. My question for you guys to speculate on is, what video game developer will appear at WWDC?

    I think one developer could be Valve with Half-Life Episode 3

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  2. Cougarcat
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    You already posted this in the Games forum...
     
  3. FroMann
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    I don't think we will see any game developers at WWDC, but since E3 is near and Valve has been supporting OSX. I would have to agree and say Gabe Newell or someone else from Valve will either show Portal 2 running on Lion, or maybe the Half-Life fans (like myself) will finally be able to see Half-Life 2 Episode 3.
     
  4. zin
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    They've done this before? Who did they invite for the unveiling of Snow Leopard? (Are we talking about the keynote here or the developer sessions?)
     
  5. Nishi100
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    You're kidding, right. :)
     
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    Haha... no chance. Hell would have to freeze over and even then, they'd still be a reason why it was delayed.
     
  7. Cougarcat
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    I don't think they invited anyone for Snow Leopard, but in 2007 Carmac demoed the idTech 5 engine and Rage for the first time in the keynote. And back in the day, there was the Halo introduction (though that was MacWorld).
     

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