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Saturday, February 14 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Nuclear Dragons: Self-Publishing the Game You Really Want to Make on PlayStation

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Original, innovative games have been a constant of PlayStation’s 20-year history, and indies are now carrying that banner forward. Rami Ismail of Vlambeer (Nuclear Throne) and Rich Siegel of Cleaversoft (EarthNight) will join Brian Silva and Nick Suttner of SCEA in conversation about the state of indie game development, and self-publishing on console.

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Rami Ismail

Rami Ismail is the Business & Development Guy at Vlambeer, a Dutch independent game studio known best for Nuclear Throne, Ridiculous Fishing, LUFTRAUSERS, Super Crate Box, GUN GODZ and Serious Sam: The Random Encounter.
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Rich Siegel

Rich Siegel runs Cleaversoft and is the lead developer on EarthNight. He's an entrepreneur and video game junkie. After finding success with his first business he decided to follow his real passion and start making video games. He founded Cleaversoft in 2008 in an apartment right outside of Philadelphia. In Feb 2012 he assembled this awesome team and began the journey that would become EarthNight.
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Brian Silva

An 18 year industry veteran, Brian Silva is an Account Executive in the Developer Relations Group and manages the Pub Fund Program at Sony Computer Entertainment of America. Prior to joining Sony, Brian held various positions at industry leaders Electronic Arts, Eidos, and Crystal Dynamics. He has contributed to high profile projects that include the Medal of Honor franchise, Road Rash, Soul Reaver, and Gex.
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Nick Suttner

Bearded indie champion Nick Suttner is the Lead Account Manager at Sony Computer Entertainment America, and an unlockable announcer in Johann Sebastian Joust. He lives in San Francisco with his girlfriend, his cat, and some plants and candy bars.


Saturday February 14, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Redstone Theater First Floor

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