Wednesday, 1/15, 7:00-8:30pm
"Rage Games and the Aesthetics of Frustration" presented by Jonny Thurston and Bruno Ford
Wednesday, 2/12, 7:00-8:30pm
"Playable Research: Level 101 and Serious Game Design" presented by Justin Wigard
Wednesday, 3/25, 7:00-8:30pm
"Apocalyptic Medievalism & Dark Souls III: Knighthood, Vulnerability, and Enlightenment" presented by Bruno Ford and Robin Aultz
Wednesday, 4/15, 7:00-8:30pm
“Rage Games and the Aesthetics of Frustration” presented by Jonny Thurston and Bruno Ford
This session will explore as many of the following games as time and patience allow:
This session will refer to the following articles:
Suggestions for content that supports critical discussion on any game/topic listed here, or for future issues we might address, are always welcome! Contact Jonah: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our full video games catalog, or search by following these steps:
Games, and fully-equipped rooms to play them, are available for walk-up use in the DMC.
If you wish to reserve space ahead of time, visit https://lib.msu.edu/library-spaces/. "Video Game Lab A" and "Video Game Lab B" are listed under Group Study. The nearby Gaming Alcove (featuring 3 gaming PCs, 6 Macs, and an array of CRT and LCD screens) is available for walk-up use any time.
Oxford Bibliographies: Feminist and Queer Game Studies by Adrienne Shaw, Alexandrina Agloro, Josef Nguyen, Amanda Phillips, Bonnie Ruberg