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GDC Interviews With Oatboat

Upon the announcement that we will be covering GDC, Oatboat has received many, many emails regarding indie games asking for an interview with us. Due to the volume of emails flooding the Oatboat inbox, we cannot possibly get ahold of everyone in time for the conference, let alone interview everyone.

Ideally, we’d love to, but there’s just one of us going, after all.

This means that we will be carefully researching each game email we receive, and making a list of games we’d like to interview. Slots are few, and there is no guarantee, not because we don’t want to, but because we can’t.

If we are interested, we will reply back to you in 2-3 days max. The rest of you, if you’re on the Expo floor, chances are we will be stopping by regardless.

Again, we are sorry for the limited range we can cover, as there is just one person on behalf of Oatboat attending (yours truly). Those interviewed will be a part of a spotlight series done over the course of the conference.

 

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