Games, more so than other artforms, are vehicles for empathy. It’s no surprise then, that they are often fertile grounds for thinking about politics and society. In a time when we feel more divided than ever, games can connect and help us to understand different points of view. But how do you achieve that as a dev team? Join Elle Osili Wood as she talks to BAFTA-winners and nominees to find out.
Elin Festoy (My Child Lebensborn)
Florent Maurin (Bury Me, My Love)
Imre Jele (Orwell’s Animal Farm)
Navid Khonsari (1979 Revolution: Black Friday)
Hosted by Elle Osili Wood.
In collaboration with the Orwell Foundation.
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