How we play today

Down on the collective gold farm: I review Nick Yee’s important and thought-provoking study of how people live in massively multiplayer online games.  It’s called The Proteus Paradox, and I commend it to anyone interested in gaming, online life, or cyberculture in general.


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3 Responses to How we play today

  1. william says:

    Great post. really appriciated. I would like to thank you for your great efforts you have made in writing this interesting post. if a talk about games, tank trouble is best game

  2. Walmer David says:

    Its good to see about online games. They are really interesting too. Many games can be played online with out any issues. We really support you with this great post. Thank a lot for sharing!!!

  3. There are some video games and also websites that have been maintained obstructed by the institution or office managers, this is done so that the trainees or employees operating in the workplace would not get distracted from their actual job. Unblocked Games are the video games that can be played anywhere within institution, office, etc

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