Game Night USC Edition happened this past saturday at GR2 and it might have been our best. Imagine numerous game stations featuring games from the students of the USC Interactive Media & Games department and the USC Game Innovation Lab. There were so many games that they rotated throughout the evening. The crowd was mixed with gamers, USC students, and passers by.
Inside, we held a panel discussion which outlined the USC program and the panelists / students got to expound on their experiences. Richard Lemarchand, a long time GR friend, game designer, and now professor led the discussion to the gaming "community" in Los Angeles. It was pleasant to hear about "our" own indie game scene that's slowly taking shape. (Link to the audio of the panel)
We want to thank all of the students who came out to Sawtelle by train and bus. Richard Lemarchand, Tracy Fullerton, Carlos Lopez, and those who came out. (Flickr Photo Set)