Welcome to the July Digitally Uploaded podcast!

We’ve got a lot of exciting things to talk about this episode. We start by running through all the big releases in July (it’s a big, big month). Then we chat about the educational value of games in light of This War Of Mine being added to Polish curriculum.

Finally, we settle into this debate around AAA vs art, and look at the way that just about every big blockbuster game is chalked up as great art. We discuss why this is not only unnecessary, but harmful to video games as a medium.

Thanks as always for tuning in – let us know what you think of the episode – and we look forward to seeing you next month!


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3) Simply click on the player below to tune in as you browse DDNet!

4) We’re also on iTunes podcast, so you can search for us under “Digitally Uploaded” there, too.

Enjoy, and as always, please do let us know if you’ve got any feedback or would like for us to discuss a particular topic on an upcoming show.

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