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Submitted by jyang 443d ago | article

Projecting the Self: Forming Empathy Through Ludonarrative Mechanics

Travis Pynenburg looks at the formation of empathy in video games, predominantly in affective narrative. Using the case study of Spec Ops: the Line, he weaves a compelling argument for how drama can be interpreted. (2k games, Culture, Dev, Industry, Spec Ops: The Line)

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