Totally pop psychology type article but just another examination of how choices (in this case your “gaming name”) effects the community.
What your gaming name reveals about your […]
Immediately after walking into the EMP’s indie game revolution exhibit I found my self in a strange dichotomy. I wanted to see and play the games. But I also felt the need to examine the the exhibit from a […]
Enoch wrote a new post, Ian Bogost and Colbert discussing Video Games and Empathy. 3 years ago
Sorry, this theme blows up the featured image and it made it really blurry.
Enoch wrote a new post, Dear Esther, the player, and the world outside of the game 3 years ago
I think an illuminating way to look at Dear Esther is via the Ludic Hermeneutic Circle we have used in this class as a lens with which to view games through. To start with if we look at the Player Subject area of […]
Simple post here:
Motivations of Play in MMORPGs Results from a Factor Analytic Approach
Sigh, in case you don’t feel like wasting more of your life: Endings.
If you do: 62131.
IMHO, way this was quite lame.
The lessons are trite and redundant. Game-play blah, the joy of playing on a t […]
Enoch wrote a new post, Dear Esther Vignettes (Comments May Contain Spoilers) 3 years, 1 month ago
If the tag of “Walking Simulator” gave you a moment of apprehension, well let me tell you you can you can do more than walk. Kinda. Your flashlight has buttons, not that you really “control” them.
I started […]