Rethinking Virtual Worlds: A Review of Gaming the System by David J. Gunkel

Daniel Vella

Abstrakt

Review:

David J. Gunkel, Gaming the System: Deconstructing Video Games, Game Studies, and Virtual Worlds, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018, pp. 264.

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