PBS - The Video Game Revolution|
Companion site to the PBS program, "The Video Game Revolution." Examines
the evolution and history of the video game industry, from the 1950s through today,
the impact of video games on society and culture, and the future of electronic
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Computer and Video Games Survey|
Annual quantitative survey to describe gamers hardware, software and connectivity
TCP and UDP port settings for popular online games for Windows, PlayStation 2, and
Social gaming service for sharing high definition gameplay experiences.
Open Site: Video Games|
A volunteer-run encyclopedia categorized by genre. Includes information, review
overviews, hints, release dates, and artwork.
Search in Category: Kids and Teens: Games: Computer and Video
Search in Category: Computers: Open Source: Open Content: Encyclopedias
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And Alice Played a Video Game|
A study by Souvik Mukherjee of the relationship between children's fantasy
adventure stories and interactive computer games of American McGee's Alice and
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Search in Category: Arts: Literature: Authors: C: Carroll, Lewis
Search in Category: Arts: Literature: World Literature: British
- published: Jun 01 2002
Are Video Games Art?|
An article by Aaron Smuts discussing modern art and the role of video games within
Search in Category: Society: Philosophy: Aesthetics: Publications
- published: Nov 02 2005
Genre and the Video Game|
An analysis of genre categorization as applied to video games in contrast with
books and film, with definitions and examples.
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