From the Interactive Media & Games Seminar Series; Eric Kaltman, Game Designer and Researcher at UCSC, addresses some fundamental issues in game preservation and shows what studying games as technical objects can revel about their histories, and posits that the future of game history will be rooted not in game objects alone but also in the documentation of their gameplay.
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