Queerness and Video Games: Identity, Community & Design

source: Stanford     2016年6月13日
From the Interactive Media & Games Seminar Series; Bonnie Ruberg, Provost's Postdoctoral Scholar in the Interactive Media and Games Division at the University of Southern California addresses how for decades LGBTQ people have been underrepresented in mainstream video games. Queerness in video games is more than a matter of who we see on-screen; it's also a matter of identity, community, and game systems. Thinking about games from the perspective of queerness offers us valuable lessons about design itself.

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