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Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
Games vs. Reality
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Games vs. Reality

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Love & Hate relationship with games

Love & Hate relationship with games

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  • 1. GAMES vsREALITY October 2012
  • 2. Love & HATE relationship with GAMES
  • 3. theLovE
  • 4. theLovE REALITY IS DEFECTIVE Not fair Not logical Not predictable Not easy GAMES MAKE SENSE Clear target Clear set of rules Clear progression Clear feedback
  • 5. theLovE GOOD GAMES ARE Fair Logical & Balanced You are rewarded by the effort you put in GAMES PROVIDE THEIR USERS AN AVENUE To accomplish To self-express To connect To belong
  • 6. thehate
  • 7. thehate GAMES ARE LOOKED DOWN UPON IN MANY SOCIETIES Games as a life-style considered to be a waste of time Negative connotation of the simple phrases such as “Playıng games” “Playıng the game”
  • 8. theTRUTH
  • 9. theTRUTH Reality is defective, but it is what we have Games on the other hand are NOT just a leisurely ‘escape’ from the broken realıty. They help: Connect Challenge Satisfy Reward
  • 10. theTRUTH GAMES ENCOURAGE Collaborative working Creativity / Self- expression Sense of community & “belonging” “Color Games” Alliance system in RTS games (help, contribute, communicate, work together) “Hunger Games” (using games as a way to suppress an entire nation) Herodotus & the 8-year famine of Lydians
  • 11. theFUTURE
  • 12. FUTURE Accessibility to games- as we know it- from many more platforms A more connected/ cross-platform approach to not only games, but all sorts of entertainment Games oozing into reality Traditional media Business Policy Education
  • 13. Thank you Rına Onur www.peakgames.net fb.com/peakgames twitter.com/PeakGames twitter.com/rinaonur

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