Tag Archives: Game studies

“We Just Want to Make Good Games.”

I’ve been writing a lot for I Search for Traps lately, but through my discussions of table-top RPGs I’ve come across an old question that I’ve encountered when I was studying the world of video games: What is a good game? … Continue reading

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On the meaning of a name: Higher Level Gamer

Next week is the first anniversary for Higher Level Gamer, and next week we’ll have a post about what we learned in the past year while blogging here. But, since almost a year has gone by, I figure it’s time … Continue reading

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Troll Shit Rolls Downhill -or- Game Experience May Differ During Online Play

By Gaines “This is some really petty bullshit.” [Sounds of gunfire]. “Why? Why would you do this?” [Sounds of gunfire]. I open my phone and deposit my cash in my bank account because that’s something you do in the middle … Continue reading

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