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The Number One Educational Resource for the Game Industry

Session Name: Caring about Chrono Trigger - Presented by IGDA
Speaker(s): Jon-Paul Dyson, Henry Lowood, John Romero, John Sharp
Company Name(s): The Strong, Stanford University Libraries, Loot Drop, Parsons The New School for Design
Track / Format: Advocacy

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Overview: Every day, we lose more of the games, the experience, the data and the knowledge upon which the industry was built. What is being done to archive, understand, curate and catalog this culture? Approaching the problem from four different angles, this panel explores the importance of preserving games as an art form, recording the game design and development process, curating and preserving games in a museum or gallery setting, and capturing the experience of present, past and dying digital worlds.

GDC 2013

Jon-Paul Dyson

The Strong

Henry Lowood

Stanford University Libraries

John Romero

Loot Drop

John Sharp

Parsons The New School for Design

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