The Guardian is hosting a daily chat show at GameCity festival in Nottingham National Videogame Arcade. Here are the first two episodes
Every year, the GameCity festival in Nottingham provides a showcase for new and innovative game developers and thinkers. Now based at the National Videogame Arcade (NVA) and in shops and cafes around the city centre, the event is a celebration of independent development and a focal point for thinking about what games are and can be.
Each morning of the festival, the Guardian has been running a chat show in the NVA toast bar, meeting some of the developers showing their new projects, as well as academics analysing the place of games in modern culture. Luckily we’ve been recording the audio, so more people can get to hear them.
Read more at GameCity festival: solitude, subversion and Immanuel Kant in video games
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