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by milieuWednesday, January 10, 2007 [6:04 pm]

That's your decision, and I respect it. However, I don't agree. The problem I have with Slamdance is that they have proven they really don't care about games as an artistic medium. Not acceptable.

If the judges had rejected it, I would understand. Hell, it never would have hit the internets. But this came down from on high: the judges' decisions don't matter, the games don't matter. All that matters are the sponsors.

Frankly, I don't care if Slamdance is destroyed. Screw them. Someone who actually gives a shit about games will start a new festival.

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