The debates sparked in our reorganization serve as powerful reminders that the university has been blissfully isolated from seismic changes.
“Improviso”, a first-of-its-kind RPG, asks players to act, to improvise, to explore motives and language and even go off-script.
GAMBIT director Philip Tan announced the great news over the weekend.
If you haven’t already experienced the thousand reasons why it’s great to be a part of Comparative Media Studies, here’s the latest, courtesy of Abe Stein.
Great short video from one of MIT’s Knight Science Journalism fellows interviewing students in our CMS.300 (“Intro to video games”) course.
USA Today asked Philip Tan, director of our Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, to speak about game-makers’ use of current combatants.
Via Sara Verilli at the Gambit Game Lab comes your big chance to put game research into practice.