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The DeanBeat: The Game Awards and why game developers say ‘F the Oscars’

Last night’s The Game Awards had some touching, sweet, and funny moments. But Josef Fares, creator of the upcoming A Way Out from Electronic Arts, stole the show. While he got the most laughs, he also addressed some of gaming’s most serious subjects. Like it or not, The Game Awards capture the culture of gaming. […]
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