Video Games refers to almost any game that uses a video screen to display the results of a player's actions, whether played on a home computer, or a game console.
A study by Souvik Mukherjee of the relationship between children's fantasy adventure stories and interactive computer games of American McGee's Alice and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
An article by Aaron Smuts discussing modern art and the role of video games within its definition.
TCP and UDP port settings for popular online games for Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox.
Social gaming service for sharing high definition gameplay experiences.
An analysis of genre categorization as applied to video games in contrast with books and film, with definitions and examples.
A volunteer-run encyclopedia categorized by genre. Includes information, review overviews, hints, release dates, and artwork.
Companion site to the PBS program, "The Video Game Revolution." Examines the evolution and history of the video game industry, from the 1950s through today, the impact of video games on society and culture, and the future of electronic gaming.
Online presentation of research in to games.
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