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Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429
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Game Art Gregory Smith S3233429

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The immediate and residual emotional effects created by games and how those emotions are created. …

The immediate and residual emotional effects created by games and how those emotions are created.

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  • 1. GameArt <br />Media Cultures 2<br />Assignment 2: Media in a Networked Age<br />Gregory Smith <br />S3233429<br />
  • 2. The immediate and residual emotional effects created by games and how those emotions are created.<br />
  • 3. Game Emotion = Art?<br />
  • 4. Dramatic Art –<br />Music<br />Theatre<br />Dance...<br />Fine Art –<br /> Painting<br />Photography<br />Architecture <br />Drawing<br />Sculpture...<br />Literary Art -<br />Poetry<br />Stories<br />Journal ...<br />
  • 5.
  • 6. Art Creates Emotion<br />+ Games Contain Art <br />..<br />= Games Contain Emotion<br />∴ Game Emotion is Art<br />
  • 7. Emotions<br />)<br />
  • 8. )<br />Emotins<br />)<br />
  • 9. Empathy<br />Awe<br />Suffering<br />Hate<br />Repulsed<br />Bravery<br />Nostalgia<br />Enthusiasm<br />Terror<br />Determination<br />Sadness<br />Frustration<br />Worry<br />Depression<br />Misery<br />Guilt <br />Attraction<br />Jealousy<br />Delight<br />Sympathy<br />Boredom<br />Lust<br />Horror<br />Betrayal<br />Annoyance<br />Surprise<br />Compassion<br />Anxiety<br />Hurt<br />Fear<br />Love<br />Panic<br />Disturbed<br />Pity<br />Disappointment<br />Grief<br />Modesty<br />Wonder<br />Hope<br />
  • 10. The Emotionaleffects created by games and how those Emotions are created.<br />
  • 11. Empathy<br />Awe<br />Suffering<br />Hate<br />Repulsed<br />Bravery<br />Nostalgia<br />Enthusiasm<br />Terror<br />Determination<br />Sadness<br />Frustration<br />Worry<br />Depression<br />Misery<br />Guilt <br />Attraction<br />Jealousy<br />Delight<br />Sympathy<br />Boredom<br />Lust<br />Horror<br />Betrayal<br />Annoyance<br />Surprise<br />Compassion<br />Anxiety<br />Hurt<br />Fear<br />Love<br />Panic<br />Disturbed<br />Pity<br />Disappointment<br />Grief<br />Modesty<br />Wonder<br />Hope<br />
  • 12. Empathy<br />Awe<br />Suffering<br />Hate<br />Repulsed<br />Bravery<br />Nostalgia<br />Enthusiasm<br />Terror<br />Determination<br />Sadness<br />Frustration<br />Worry<br />Depression<br />Misery<br />Guilt <br />Attraction<br />Jealousy<br />Delight<br />Sympathy<br />Boredom<br />Lust<br />Horror<br />Betrayal<br />Annoyance<br />Surprise<br />Compassion<br />Anxiety<br />Hurt<br />Fear<br />Love<br />Panic<br />Disturbed<br />Pity<br />Disappointment<br />Grief<br />Modesty<br />Wonder<br />Hope<br />
  • 13. More is More<br />Or<br />Less is More <br />
  • 14.
  • 15. Boo!<br />
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18. Silent Hill<br />
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21. Ambiguity is More<br />
  • 22.
  • 23.
  • 24. Acceptance, Agitation, Alarm, Amusement, Anger, Annoyance, Anticipation, Apprehension, Apathy, Arrogance, AnxiousBitterness, BoredomCalmness, Cautiousness, Comfort, Contentment, Confidence, Courage Depression, Determination, Disappointment, Discontentment, Disgust, Desire, DelightEuphoria, Embarrassment, Envy, Ecstasy Fear, Friendly, FrustrationGlad, Gratitude, Grief, Guilt Hate, Happiness, Homesick, Hope, Horror, HumilityImpatient, Inadequate, IrritabilityJoy, Jealous Kindness Loneliness, Love, LustMelancholyNervous, NegativityPain, Paranoia, Patience, Peace, Phobia, Pity, PrideRage, Regret, Remorse, ResentmentSad, Self-pity, Shame, Shy, Sorrow, Shock, Suffering, Surprise, Suspense Thrill, Torment UnhappinessVulnerable WorryYearning<br />Line <br />Colour<br />SFX<br />Texture<br />Space<br />Ambiguity<br />Shape<br />Lighting<br />Form<br />Movement<br />Scent<br />Order<br />Music<br />Composition<br />Subject Matter<br />Volume<br />Relationship<br />Function<br />Narrative<br />Familiarity<br />Assumption<br />Memory<br />Repetition<br />Taste<br />

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