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    Malliets(2007) and Järvinens(2007) approach to videogame analysis. Järvinen(2007) used a set of casual games to conduct experiments on the physiological response to game mechanics, goals and suspense. Järvinen(2007) classified the gameplay into two main mechanics: global and local gameplay mechanics. The global mechanics are divided in primary and sub mechanics. The local mechanics, which are referred to as “modifier mechanics... ... middle of paper ... ...” is divided into five topics of interest: complexity

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    Artificial Intelligence and Video Games

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    process more complex. This would give them the ability to react to what they are seeing in a way that a normal human would which surprises players. How an AI reacts to the player is very important. AI is the most important to any video game’s story, gameplay and overall enjoyability. ”So now a turtle brain no longer consists of only going left and right and being crushed by a plumber, it needs to flee progressing fire, move away from an incoming vehicle, transition from ground to water navigable areas

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    The Creation Process of Video Games

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    The Creation Process of Video Games At this time, video games have made their way into the homes and hearts of many people since their meager beginnings as television novelties and arcade hits. But what goes into the process of creating a video game? Games, especially board games, don’t just happen. Their digital counterparts are not part of the exception either. There are painstaking processes and stages involved in creating and developing a game so that it is ready to be marketed to the public

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    spent on mindless video games that are a waste of time to some people. Then again, there might just be other reasons for playing these video games. Video games can be played on many different levels like playing for fun, the story, or the hardcore gameplays. These variations and more are the reasons why people still play video games today. They keep many people entertained in the long run. In any case, there just might be another element to video games that give gamers another aspect to these creations

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    Are video games really as bad as some think? Some people find video games to be the cause of violence and delays in learning. Other people think that gaming is actually beneficial to one 's mental health and it can even help those who suffer from depression. Videogames, fun and educational tools of the electronic ages, have been the source of scrutiny for many years. Students who have gone into their schools with intent to or successfully injuring or murdering others, have more often than not, been

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    The Last of Us

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    hat could only be made by Naughty Dog, a developer that understands certain risks need to be taken in order to create a story that is engaging, beautifully detailed and, above all, unique. The breath-taking graphics, superb writing, and compelling gameplay make this game what it is, which is truly amazing. “The Last of Us” has raised the bar on the expectations of developers and gamers alike, and will surely have an impact on the future of all games. Works Cited Intellectual Property: (noun) A

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    Technology Dependence

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    “The most important and urgent problems of the technology of today are no longer the satisfactions of the primary needs or of archetypal wishes, but the reparation of the evils and damages by the technology of yesterday, ”Bennis Gabor said. Technology has become a need instead of a privilege in our lives. The internet is the heart of the world, pumping information into our brains. Although, technology has been resourceful; in today’s society it should not be depended on. In 2010, 28% of citizens

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    Video games have been accused of contributing too many acts of violence or aggression for decades. What the media misses is that video games have many benefits we haven’t found in any other media. Society should stop being afraid of video games and instead start looking forward to how we can best use them to benefit ourselves and our children. Anyone who doesn’t understand why needs only take a quick look at our society. It is commonly known that many children in the United States play video games

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    Video games are good for people

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    Video games are powerful tools that can help children develop certain life skills. According to News.Discovery.com video games have been shown through research, that they can have improve the brains memory and learning abilities. They can also increase reasoning and help problem solving along with hand- eye coordination. Video games have been proven to be good for kids. There has been a lot of studies done over the past couple years over how video games effect children and video games have real life

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    What is reality? An enduring question, philosophers have struggled to identify its definition and basic concept since the beginning of time. Plato, in his provocative essay, The Cave, used symbols and images to ridicule and explain how humanity easily justifies their current reality while showing us that true wisdom and enlightenment lies outside this fabricated version of reality. If he were alive in modern times, he would find society unchanged; still uneducated and silently trapped in our own

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