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Submitted by enkeixpress 1464d ago | videocast

Bonus Round: Episode 503: The Indie Game Revolution - Part 4 (4/4)

GameTrailers: In this episode of the Bonus Round, we're at GDC in San Francisco talking to three big names in the indie-game scene about past, present and future of the industry. The creator of Braid, Jonathan Blow, industry veteran and indie-game creator Chris Hecker, and MineCraft creator Markus Persson join us for an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime Bonus Round that you have to see to believe. What does it really mean to be an independent video game developer in today's world? Do certain genres lend themselves better to the indie-game scene? (Braid, Chris Hecker, Dev, Game Developers Conference, Geoff Keighley, Industry, Jonathan Blow, Markus Persson, Minecraft, SpyParty)

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