Develop:Brighton announces Tetsuya Mizuguchi career retrospective talk

Legendary developer Tetsuya Mizuguchi will deliver a career retrospective talk at this years Develop:Brighton conference.

The developer will reflect on his 27 year career from his days at SEGA, developing REZ and to his current studio, Enchance Games, in his talk "Tetsuya Mizuguchi: Beautiful Dream", which will have a helping hand from EDGE editor Nathan Brown.

"We’re delighted to welcome Tetsuya Mizuguchi to this year’s Develop:Brighton conference,” said Tandem Events managing director, Andy Lane. “His career has spanned almost three decades and is overflowing with inspirational achievements. We can’t wait to hear him share his thoughts on the industry, both then and now.”

Tickets are still available for the although time is running out to get the Super Early Bird tickets, which are available until 26th April. Develop:Brighton is Europe’s leading conference for the European game development community, taking place over three days from 11-13th July at the Hilton Metrople in Brighton.

Over 40 sessions have been announced for the coference including a double keynote from John and Brenda Romero. For more information, visit the Develop:Brighton website.

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