Tag Archives: Ian Bogost

Gone Home Link Dump

I’ve compiled a short list of resources to use when writing about Gone Home. If this gets enough attention I can amass similar posts for Dear Esther and The Stanley Parable. Please feel free to add more links in the … Continue reading

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Ian Bogost Interview in DIS Magazine

Ian Bogost was just interviewed for a feature in DIS Magazine, a great site that started off as a music  and fashion blog but has expanded its reach to a variety of 21st century issues such as digital media and ecology. … Continue reading

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The End of the “Gamer”

The notion that the “gamer” identity is ending is one Ian Bogost draws upon in his How to Do Things with Videogames (2011), and Patrick Jagoda gestures toward it in his work as well. Luke Plunkett has an article at Kotaku, “We … Continue reading

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