If you'd like to watch Michael Brough speak frankly about the intricacies and potential value of roguelike game design while wearing an 868-HACK smiley-face t-shirt, NYU has a video for you.

The creator of IGF award-nominated CORRYPT and 868-HACK (among other things) was one of many notable lecturers at New York University's PRACTICE 2013 conference.

The conference, which has been held every November since its debut in 2011, brings together recognized and rising talent in the industry to share knowledge about how to best tackle the day-to-day challenges of game design.

You can watch more recorded lectures, roundtable discussions and other presentations featuring folks like Warren Spector and Soren Johnson on the NYU Game Center's Vimeo channel.

[Alex Wawro wrote this article for sister site Gamasutra]