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Two Recent Publications Of Mine About Games

I have two newish academic publications that you might want to check out if you’re the kind of person who enjoys academic publications. The first is a piece about speculation and video game play that is published in Science Fiction Film … Continue reading

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The World of Bioshock 2

I recently played through Minerva’s Den, the DLC for Bioshock 2, and while I was on twitter complaining about feeling literally betrayed by everyone who has ever talked that game up to me, Jack de Quidt said this about the differences between the … Continue reading

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Richard Cobbett on Bioshock 2

The list goes on, but its most important element is that where BioShock was ultimately the story of a city, BioShock 2 is the story of its people – and in particular, a father and daughter relationship. On the surface … Continue reading

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A Quick Note on Sloterdijk and the Bioshock Series

I’m reading the first volume of Peter Sloterdijk’s Spheres series, titled Bubbles, which is essentially about how space is created. More particularly, it is about how psychological and communicatory practices are enveloped in a struggle that shapes and constitutes space and … Continue reading

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The Bioshock Series So Far…

THIS POST HAS SUPER SPOILERS ABOUT THE BIOSHOCK GAMES I played the first two Bioshock  games this month in the spirit of Bioshock Infinite coming out sometime in the future. I really liked the games, and I don’t have a … Continue reading

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