Game Work: Language, Power, and Computer Game Culture (Albma Rhetoric Cult & Soc Crit)
*Selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title A Ken S. McAllister is Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English at the University of Arizona and Co-Director of the Learning Games Initiative, a research collective that studies, teaches with, and builds video games.
More books by Ken S. McAllister
In this groundbreaking look at the future of education, game scientist David Williamson Shaffer offers a new and powerful way of looking at school, technology, and even thinking itself: a new model of education for a high-tech, digital world of global competition. How Computer Games Help Children ...
Since the 2003 publication of the groundbreaking Killer Poker Online, the Internet game has exploded and the online poker landscape has completely changed. More than 150,000 people are logged in and playing online for real money every day. What does this mean for you? Lots of opportunities ...
Andrew Burn, David Buckingham, Diane Carr, Gareth Schott, John Thompson. Computer Games: Text, Narrative and Play
Computer games are one of the most exciting and rapidly evolving media of our time. Revenues from console and computer games have now overtaken those from Hollywood movies; and online gaming is one of the fastest-growing areas of the internet. Games are no longer just kids' stuff: the majority ...
BradyGames' Way of the Samurai 2 Official Strategy Guide includes a comprehensive walkthrough for each possible story path in the game. Detailed area maps pinpoint enemy and item locations. Expert fighting techniques. Tips for collecting all swords and items in the game. Game secrets and more ...