Od Pacmana do Lary Croft. Jak badać postać w grach wideo?

Sonia Fizek

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This article offers an overview of various approaches, which have been used to examine video game characters. In its first part I am introducing several methodological directions, focusing on: characters as functions, characters as drivers of agency, representational gendered icons, and as players’ re-embodied realisations. In the second part I am focusing on the first holistic research method for player character in offline computer role-playing games (cRPGs). The proposed Pivot Player Character Model provides a method replicable across the cRPG genre and illustrates the experience of gameplay as perceived through the PC’s eyes. It has been largely inspired by Anne Ubersfeld’s semiological dramatic character research.
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JournalCulture and History (Kultura i Historia)
Issue number27
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2015

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