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NYU offers free archive of recorded Game Center Lectures

NYU Game Center has been hosting public talks from industry luminaries since 2009, and this week it finished filling out its free archive of Game Center Lectures with recordings of all talks to date.

Alex Wawro, Contributor

December 23, 2014

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Newsbrief: The NYU Game Center has been hosting public lectures from notable members of the video game industry since 2009, and this week the organization finished filling out its free online archive of Game Center Lectures with recordings of all talks to date.

Speakers span the gamut (from Tim Schafer to Heather Kelley and Jonathan Blow) and all of the archived talks are of potential interest to game developers. 

Gamasutra has already linked to a fair number of notable developer lectures given during NYU Game Center's annual PRACTICE Conference.

However, we've thus far neglected to share some of the more intriguing discussions happening as part of the Game Center's Lecture series, like the most recent panel (embedded above) of Dragon Age: Inquisition developers discussing BioWare's approach to storytelling in games. 



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