Video games are like crack cocaine. In a good way. And that’s why we need to use them for journalism. Yesterday I led a seminar with Paul Dwyer’s Media class at the Univeristy of Westminster. The subject was games as a maturing medium: one capable of great sophistication, depth and variety of expression. I think […]Read more "Why we need to use games for Journalism"
Interesting point from Raph Koster: Most games throughout history have been multiplayer, if you think about it. Everything from chess to Monopoly. It’s only since the invention of video games that we have seen so many single-player games being invented – it used to be the exception, like Solitaire. So yes, I do agree that […]Read more "Social Gaming = Better People"