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Using the game document as a backlog
by Samuel Rantaeskola on 10/13/12 04:35:00 am   Expert Blogs

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I gave a speech at CEDEC, Yokohama and CGDC, Shanghai, which talks about how you can use the backlog as a game design document. 

It would be a way too long blog post to write out that speech so I recorded it instead. I apologize if I sound a bit incoherent, it's painful to do recordings as you become so self aware.

The video can be found here: 

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