Sam Roberts

Festival Director, IndieCade

Guest

Festival director of IndieCade, a gaming festival in Los Angeles, California; assistant director of the Interactive Media Division at USC Cinematic Arts

Sam Roberts on KCRW

When the iPhone 5 was presented last week, Apple made a point of how its faster processor, better graphics and light, thin, larger screen will be a boon for video gamers.

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