Category Archives: Games

Exploring Digital Storytelling: Façade as an Interactive Drama

Alexander Torvi I do not think I have ever encountered a work of digital literature that has both captivated and entertained me as thoroughly as the 2005 “interactive drama” Façade has. My first exposure to the game was back in … Continue reading

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Morals, Choice, and Immersion in Video Games

Jordan Clifford Since their popularity began in the 80’s and 90’s video games have been seen as by many as a waste of time, a corrupting influence to children, and mindless entertainment. There are endless sensational news articles talking about … Continue reading

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The Merit of Video Game Narratives in Academia

Ashley Wawryk Elyn Achtymichuk’s lectures about the video games inspired a plethora of passionate discussions regarding the nature of video games and whether they should be studied in a university-level English class.  As an avid gamer, I found the lectures … Continue reading

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