April 29, 2009

Worth a post, I reckon.

Andy Johnson's posted the first of a series of articles over at Resolution, examining how games explore matters of national security. The topic of this one is terrorism, and it makes for a thoroughly interesting read. There's a lot of room for this sort of almost-academic writing in serious games journalism, methinks. Well worth a read - and do leave him a nice comment over at Reso if you've any of your own thoughts on the matter.

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Suskie Suskie - April 29, 2009 (12:06 PM)
You know, I tried registering but apparently "Mike Suskie" is already taken. If you see anyone by that name, he's an imposter.
Lewis Lewis - April 29, 2009 (02:25 PM)
You're already registered 'cause you're on the freelance list. Ha! Sorry. Check your HG Mail.
Suskie Suskie - April 29, 2009 (05:54 PM)
Oh, haha, okay. I thought it was curious that someone would try to use my name. Thanks.

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