Posts Tagged ‘MMORPG’

21 Feb
2012

Trying to Keep up Momentum

Have read and commented on one book, I’ve tried to keep going in spite of discovering that parenting full time [&hellip

28 Jan
2012

Very Short Review: The Evolution of Fantasy Role-Playing Games, by Michael Tresca

While there are quite a few books in the game studies field now, many are highly theoretical, considering whether games [&hellip

17 May
2011

What keeps people engaged?

If you study MMOs at all, you may have seen Tom Chatfield’s TED Talk in which he talks about what [&hellip

1 Mar
2011

Writing in Character

For awhile I was writing here, and on my abstract, and I was not writing so much as my character. [&hellip

20 Jan
2011

Research Update… If only I could get paid to play. ;-)

So I’ve been collecting responses to questions about Clan Lord and trying to weave them together.  The process is interesting [&hellip

18 Nov
2010

Attempting a New Approach to Fan and Game Studies

So… as I posted last time, I will be speaking about how one might take an approach to studying an [&hellip

10 Oct
2010

Update…

I am way behind on posting because in late summer I started a new job and moved myself and the [&hellip

14 Jun
2010

When Players become the Story

Clan Lord differs from other MMOs in many ways; one of the most basic is longevity.  The game has been [&hellip

22 May
2010

Designing Cooperation

I said I’d have more to say… So here are some ways Clan Lord pretty well forces people to cooperate: [&hellip

16 May
2010

Games and Community

So I’ve been playing my first MMORPG ever, and surprise, have gotten a little addicted. But this one differs from [&hellip

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