Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Editorial


Editorial

Editorial

Philip Lin

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Research Articles


Game Studies’ Material Turn

Game Studies’ Material Turn

Darshana Jayemane

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

We Used to Win, We Used to Lose, We Used to Play: Simulacra, Hypo-Ludicity and the Lost Art of Losing

We Used to Win, We Used to Lose, We Used to Play: Simulacra, Hypo-Ludicity and the Lost Art of Losing

Steven Conway

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

The System and Self-Reference of The App Economy: the Case of Angry Birds

The System and Self-Reference of The App Economy: the Case of Angry Birds

Chih-Wen Cheng

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Talking to Gaymers: Questioning Identity, Community and Media Representation

Talking to Gaymers: Questioning Identity, Community and Media Representation

Adrienne Shaw

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Player Experience: Articulating Suspense as a Configurative Encounter

Player Experience: Articulating Suspense as a Configurative Encounter

Gareth Schott

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Identification and Categorization of Digital Game Experiences: A Qualitative Study Integrating Theoretical Insights and Player Perspectives

Identification and Categorization of Digital Game Experiences: A Qualitative Study Integrating Theoretical Insights and Player Perspectives

Wijnand IJsselsteijn

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

The Game Generation and Its Leisure Capital: A Study in The Taiwan Social Context

The Game Generation and Its Leisure Capital: A Study in The Taiwan Social Context

Yu Pei Chang

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Email Interviews in Player Research: The Case of The Sims 2 Skinners

Email Interviews in Player Research: The Case of The Sims 2 Skinners

Hanna Wirman

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012

Book Reviews


Book Review: Noise Channels: Glitch And Error In Digital Culture Peter Krapp Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press, 2011, isbn 978-0-81-667625-5

Book Review: Noise Channels: Glitch And Error In Digital Culture Peter Krapp Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press, 2011, isbn 978-0-81-667625-5

Dale Leorke

2017-06-13 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2012