May 22, 2003
Thanks to the link from Greg Costikyan’s latest post, I just discovered the intense debates underway on the Games Research Network listserv, recently established by DiGRA. Lately the discussions there have revived classic debates such as “what is interactivity” and “ludology vs. narratology”, as well as debating lots of other really interesting new topics and ideas contributed by some very bright people. Requires registration.
Meanwhile, a parallel debate apparently continues to rage down-under at DAC over the identity of ludologists.
Damn there’s a lot to read on the web these days.
May 23rd, 2003 at 12:14 pm
“Damn there’s a lot to read on the web these days.”
Yeah. Isn’t it great?
Doesn’t it drive you crazy. So little time, so many blogs…
May 22nd, 2003 at 11:39 am
I just need a week or two to catch up on all the stuff being published, shared, and presented about games. Too many blogs, lists, and message boards, too little time. Thanks to Andrew Stern’s thanking of “Greg Costikyan’s latest