UBM Tech Game Network, the organizers behind the Game Developers Conference, announced today that a record-breaking 24,000 attendees visited the Moscone Center in San Francisco last week for one of the industry's biggest events. The figure represents steady growth from last year's event, which could boast 23,000 in attendance.
Nintendo had a strong presence during the conference, and over the week we've reported on a range of its announcements from growing partnerships with Unity to the success of diversity in development teams. The big N even managed to come away with an award for Best Handheld/Mobile Game with A Link Between Worlds, and honorable mentions for some of the year's other biggest titles including Pokémon X & Y and The Wonderful 101.
A fascinating look back on some retro delights helped top off a very positive few days, leaving visitors and fans alike to eagerly anticipate the arrival of E3 in June.
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