First year Game Design student wins gold at GDC Narrative Review contest
First year Bachelor of Game Design student Michael Arcadi won gold at the 2016 edition of the annual Student Narrative Analysis Competition. Arcadi received an expo pass to attend the GDC Conference on Monday, March 14 & Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. All winners have the opportunity to present a poster session highlighting their work on the show floor, and those sessions will be available for public viewing after the show on the GDC Vault.
The Game Narrative Summit covers interactive narrative in all its forms, from AAA blockbusters to indie games to mobile and social projects. The event features an all-star lineup of speakers from every corner of the discipline. Past winners have explored a variety of games in their sessions, from big-budget blockbuster games to smaller critically-acclaimed indie titles.