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Submitted by edsmith1990 1005d ago | opinion piece

Why Games Matter Blog - GameCity, Where Games Are For Everyone

My main worry on the train journey up was that, in chasing non-gamers, the GameCity program would fall victim to light, frothy, Wii Bubble Bath type games that are easy to play, but ultimately disposable. Not so. There's enough artistic weight behind GameCity's line-up to pique anyone's interest. (Arcade, Culture, Fez, GameCity, Industry, Mobile)

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