How Do Games Create Immersion?

Sorry, I’ve been away and unable to post for a while but grad school will do that to you every once in a while. I was actually working on a paper titled, “Absorption and Reality Effects: Examining Methods of Absorption … Continue reading How Do Games Create Immersion?

Why I Prefer Rocket League To Fallout 4

Fallout 4 is a massive game. Like most of Bethesda’s open world RPGs the game is vast and filled with a seemingly endless number of things to do. You can quite literally put hundreds of hours into Fallout 4. In addition to being … Continue reading Why I Prefer Rocket League To Fallout 4

The Elephant In The Room: Assassin’s Creed

Whenever I tell people I am interested in architecture and video games I invariably get the question, “Oh like Assassin’s Creed?” It makes sense, Assassin’s Creed is a massively popular franchise that is primarily known for recreating historic cityscapes. Up … Continue reading The Elephant In The Room: Assassin’s Creed

The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Review

When you first meet Olgierd von Everec, Hearts of Stone leading man, he is flexing his art history muscles as he examines a stone sculpture. Deciding that it is a bit too perfect, and a bit too static, Olgierd throws it to … Continue reading The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Review