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Freeplay 2009: Listen to me talk about fan-people

Last year I spoke at indie game festival Freeplay on the topic of fanboys (or people, depending on your touchiness to political correctness), game criticism and, apparently, danger. And by “spoke” I mean “sat on a panel”, so there were other people talking too.

A recent update to the Freeplay website included MP3s from some of the talks, mine being one of them. I haven’t listened to it, so I don’t know if I sound like utter balls, but I’m hoping at least some of the content that spurted from my mouth was decent. I believe it was, because I managed to mention Salvador Dali who, as we all know, has been long associated with video games.


Freeplay will again be held this year at the State Library in Melbourne, Australia. Not sure whether I’ll be speaking, but I’d happily welcome an invitation. In the meantime, click the link below to listen to my ramblings.

Games Criticism and the Danger of the Fanboy (or Fangirl) [Freeplay]

~ by Logan on April 6, 2010.

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