Aesthetic Critique Of Video games

Critical but casual approaches to current, past, and future video games six times a week. In addition, guests will periodically share their own aesthetic and personal experiences with games in conversation! Subscribe to our Patreon at if you'd like to hear special patron-only bonus episodes!

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Episode 33: "Historical Madlibs, to a degree" with Andrew Dunn (@anndraadunn)


We welcome Andrew Dunn (@AnndraADunn) on the podcast to discuss historical representation in video games and the ways in which mechanical, structural, and even logical choices in these representations determine how we understand and interpret history as such. A perfect bookend for our impromptu Paradox Games week with Josh Boerman!

Music this week is "Death of Prince Albert" from the Victoria 2 OST and the theme from the Steel Division: Normandy 44 OST. For more with Andrew, check out, and feel free to tip for myself or for further production at The podcast is also available here, on itunes, google play, and stitcher radio. Listen and rate and subscribe and et al. Thank you!



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