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  • Interactive Storytelling for Video Gamesby Josiah Lebowitz; Chris Klug

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 39.95

    First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • Halo and Philosophyby Luke Cuddy

    Open Court 2011; US$ 19.95

    Since the Doom series, First Person Shooter (FPS) videogames have ricocheted through the gaming community, often reaching outside that community to the wider public. While critics primarily lampoon FPSs for their aggressiveness and on-screen violence, gamers see something else. Halo is one of the greatest, most successful FPSs ever to grace the... more...

  • Video Gamersby Garry Crawford

    Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 59.95

    This title provides an accessible introduction to the study of digital gaming, and is the first book to explicitly and comprehensively address how digital games are experienced and engaged with in the everyday lives, social networks and consumer patterns of gamers. more...

  • How to Do Things with Videogamesby Ian Bogost

    University of Minnesota Press 2011; US$ 57.00

    In recent years, computer games have moved from the margins of popular culture to its center. Reviews of new games and profiles of game designers now regularly appear in the New York Times and the New Yorker, and sales figures for games are reported alongside those of books, music, and movies. They are increasingly used for purposes other than entertainment,... more...

  • The Redundancy Survival Guideby Rebecca Corfield; Barry Cushway

    Kogan Page 2009; US$ 16.99

    The Redundancy Survival Guide will help people to understand where they stand legally, plan future options, maximise the benefits available, assess skills and lifestyle options and find a new job more...

  • Playing Alongby Kiri Miller

    Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 18.99

    Why don't Guitar Hero players just pick up real guitars? What happens when millions of people play the role of a young black gang member in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas? How are YouTube-based music lessons changing the nature of amateur musicianship? This book is about play, performance, and participatory culture in the digital age. Miller shows... more...

  • Video Game Worldsby Timothy Rowlands

    Left Coast Press 2012; US$ 34.95

    As massively multiplayer online (MMO) games grow in scope and popularity, what are the characteristics of their emerging gaming culture? How is this culture shaped by the decisions made by game designers and the collective interpretations of a game’s player base? In this book, Timothy Rowlands brings a diverse mix of ethnographic, semiotic,... more...

  • Gameplay Modeby Patrick Crogan

    University of Minnesota Press 2011; US$ 75.00

    From flight simulators and first-person shooters to MMPOG and innovative strategy games like 2008’s Spore, computer games owe their development to computer simulation and imaging produced by and for the military during the Cold War. To understand their place in contemporary culture, Patrick Crogan argues, we must first understand the military... more...

  • Leaving Mundaniaby Lizzie Stark

    Chicago Review Press 2012; US$ 13.99

    Exposing a subculture only beginning to enter the imagination of mainstream America, this is the story of live action role-playing (LARP) games. A hybrid of games?such as Dungeons & Dragons, historical reenactment, fandom, and good old-fashioned pretend?LARP games are thriving and this book explores its multifaceted culture and related phenomenon,... more...

  • Play Moneyby Julian Dibbell

    Basic Books 2007; US$ 14.95

    A wild ride to the outer limits of the virtual world, where real money meets fantasy gaming more...