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November 28, 2012 in Entertainment

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I am researching and planning an informative browser based Infowars game. And came across this horror presentation by Carnegie Mellon University Professor, Jesse Schell. I find the whole seminar rather informative on many levels. If you are interested in gaming, game development or human psychology, you might also find this article interesting:  SCVNGR’s Secret Game Mechanics Playdeck


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3 responses to Game mechanics will be invading everything

  1. —–Games for change—-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9GpQ21uEmQ

    Questions asked in the video:

    1) In terms of their ability to change people’s behavior, video games are:
    a) Less powerful than other media
    b) More powerful than other media

    2) Video games tend to change people:
    a) For the worse
    b) For the better

    3) Videogames tend to make people:
    a) More likely to reason and promote peace
    b) More likely to fight and promote war
    c) Neither
    d) I have no idea

  2. In case I undersold the video…

    its freaking _TERRIFYING_

    This guy wants thing like:
    “your grand children will be able to see what books you read through your life”. And everything you did your whole life…
    Bonus points with the government if you behave well

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