First Person Scholar aims for critical play and better gaming

Friday, December 5, 2014

First Person Scholar team

“We’re all doing this because we like to play games,” says Emma Vossen, who together with Steve Wilcox are the driving force behind the website First Person Scholar. The site’s name points to FPS, a common acronym that denotes First Person Shooter video and online games, repurposed by the team of English graduate students to represent critical thinking in the industry. “If you make more critical players,” says Wilcox, “they are going to demand more critically designed games,” – and enriching and challenging the gaming experience is one of the key goals of First Person Scholar.

Read the full story on Arts news.

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