Wizards of the Coasts' Duel Masters TCG Championship
The first ever Gen Con Duel Masters Championship went to 13 year-old Chris Rogers with his Life deck that had a dash of Darkness cards to mix things up. Heavy defense from the Life creatures + some Darkness cards to wipe out serious threats = a big win! He scored a shiny plaque, tons of cards, a copy of the Duel Master: Sempai Legends GBA game and the title of first ever Gen Con Duel Masters Champion.
Vs. System Upper Deck's Marvel and DC TCG
Courtesy of Upper Deck
The $40,000 Pro Circuit tournament prize went to Brian Kibler who busted up all his opponents in the Vs. System superhero trading card game. He brought the house down with a Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom team-up deck - the same deck that Gary plays! Not only did he score some massive cash, he also got to ride in the Batmobile and is the first ever Pro Circuit Champion.
Gen Con Indy 2004: New Games on Display
Click below for more info on the Gen Con Indy 2004 game convention:
In order to make an impressive game do the following.
Use anime or COD 3D style graphics.
Don't use graphics bellow a Wii U capability (Especially in a generations with flat screens)
Use lots of data such as voice and Music and sound effects. I mean use allot, because you don't want repetitive sound effect playing every 3 seconds. The more VOICE DATA the more cool your game will seem as long as it's GOOD voice acting.
Make the multiplayer as innovative as the story. Most developers fail to do this. I mean just look at Halo 4.
If your game has good physics and gameplay and challenge and ONLINE PLAY then those are feature you won't be lacking. Also add in your own EXCLUSIVE features that will make a big attraction to your game if it's actually good.
Don't forget to advertise the game.