Why We Fight: How Cyberpsychology Can Change Gaming Experiences

Why We Fight: How Cyberpsychology Can Change Gaming Experiences
technology

Can moral ambiguity lead to more engaging video game experiences?

Stephen Fortune
  • 19 april 2011

There has been no shortage of artistic explorations of the moral quandries of virtual violence but now psychological opinion explores how framing the violence impacts upon the immersion a videogame experience can offer.

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