This study examines one particular subset of videogame players, for whom the consumption of Japanese videogames in particular is of great value, in addition to their related activities consuming anime and manga from Japan.
The Lab seeks researchers who are interested in seeing their mature research put into practice as a game.
Does Farmville’s popularity signal a wish for quieter times? “Some academics,” by which the Times means Philip Tan of the Gambit Game Lab, think so.
We take great pride in FoxNews’s acknowledgment, aimed squarely at the GAMBIT Game Lab.
Philip Tan, the executive director of US operations for GAMBIT will be leading tours of local video game companies to help you understand the day to day goings on of the rapidly growing video game industry.
Dennis Dyack is a noted authority on interactive software development and offers valuable insight into the process of designing next-generation games that appeal to the masses.
Discussion of adaptation with Matthew Weise: How film genres get translated into videogames.