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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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    • GameArt 
      Media Cultures 2
      Assignment 2: Media in a Networked Age
      Gregory Smith
      S3233429
    • The immediate and residual emotional effects created by games and how those emotions are created.
    • Game Emotion = Art?
    • Dramatic Art –
      Music
      Theatre
      Dance...
      Fine Art –
      Painting
      Photography
      Architecture
      Drawing
      Sculpture...
      Literary Art -
      Poetry
      Stories
      Journal ...
    • Art Creates Emotion
      + Games Contain Art
      ..
      = Games Contain Emotion
      ∴ Game Emotion is Art
    • Emotions
      )
    • )
      Emotins
      )
    • Empathy
      Awe
      Suffering
      Hate
      Repulsed
      Bravery
      Nostalgia
      Enthusiasm
      Terror
      Determination
      Sadness
      Frustration
      Worry
      Depression
      Misery
      Guilt
      Attraction
      Jealousy
      Delight
      Sympathy
      Boredom
      Lust
      Horror
      Betrayal
      Annoyance
      Surprise
      Compassion
      Anxiety
      Hurt
      Fear
      Love
      Panic
      Disturbed
      Pity
      Disappointment
      Grief
      Modesty
      Wonder
      Hope
    • The Emotionaleffects created by games and how those Emotions are created.
    • Empathy
      Awe
      Suffering
      Hate
      Repulsed
      Bravery
      Nostalgia
      Enthusiasm
      Terror
      Determination
      Sadness
      Frustration
      Worry
      Depression
      Misery
      Guilt
      Attraction
      Jealousy
      Delight
      Sympathy
      Boredom
      Lust
      Horror
      Betrayal
      Annoyance
      Surprise
      Compassion
      Anxiety
      Hurt
      Fear
      Love
      Panic
      Disturbed
      Pity
      Disappointment
      Grief
      Modesty
      Wonder
      Hope
    • Empathy
      Awe
      Suffering
      Hate
      Repulsed
      Bravery
      Nostalgia
      Enthusiasm
      Terror
      Determination
      Sadness
      Frustration
      Worry
      Depression
      Misery
      Guilt
      Attraction
      Jealousy
      Delight
      Sympathy
      Boredom
      Lust
      Horror
      Betrayal
      Annoyance
      Surprise
      Compassion
      Anxiety
      Hurt
      Fear
      Love
      Panic
      Disturbed
      Pity
      Disappointment
      Grief
      Modesty
      Wonder
      Hope
    • More is More
      Or
      Less is More
    • Boo!
    • Silent Hill
    • Ambiguity is More
    • 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
      Line
      Colour
      SFX
      Texture
      Space
      Ambiguity
      Shape
      Lighting
      Form
      Movement
      Scent
      Order
      Music
      Composition
      Subject Matter
      Volume
      Relationship
      Function
      Narrative
      Familiarity
      Assumption
      Memory
      Repetition
      Taste