Monthly Archives: April 2010

Aesthetics, and the argument of games as art

When I think about things that succesfully display a pleasing set of aesthetics, it’s hard to explicitly identify what I prefer, or what appeals to me the most. In essence, it comes down to the artistry and construction of how … Continue reading

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Gaming Culture- What is game?

It’s hard to effectively pinpoint when gaming became a widely accepted social activity. Back in 1972, Atari studios made a game called “Pong”, which effectively simulated the activity of playing table tennis at an arcade. From there, video games, while … Continue reading

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