Tag: first person

Phoebe Sengers responds


Phoebe Sengers praises the optimistic, self-aware conversation mapped by Warren Sack and First Person.

Michael Mateas responds in turn


Narrativists vs. ludologists, material vs. formal constraints: Michael Mateas replies by identifying actors’ roles in each division.

Janet Murray responds in turn


Animals and invaders populate the space of Janet Murray’s counter-response.

Markku Eskelinen's response to Julian Raul Kucklich


Markku Eskelinen reiterates the bounds of ludology.

Adrian Miles responds to Hypertexts and Interactives


Miles Adrian on themes of print vs. digital, engagement vs. immersion, easy vs. difficult, and affect vs. effect, as they appear in section five of First Person.

Warren Sack responds in turn


An autobiographical reflection by Warren Sack, prompted by two particular questions.

Gonzalo Frasca's response


Secret agency is at issue in Frasca’s response, which denies the application of Aristotle to the open-ended interactivity of gaming.

Espen Aarseth responds


Espen Aarseth foresees the quick end of Murray’s “story-game hybrid” and suggests instead a “critical theory of games.”