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GAMBIT Game Lab at GDC 2010, Day Four

From March 9-13th, the staff of The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab will be participating in the 2010 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Each day a collection of experiences from GAMBIT Staff from the conference will be assembled for this podcast. DAY FOUR began with a keynote speech from "Civilization" creator, Sid Meier. Our Sound Director Abe Stein talks about GDC and introduces us to the GDC Expo floor and GAMBIT's own Mia Consalvo contributed to a panel discussion on race in video games. Produced and edited by Generoso Fierro

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Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

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