Archaeogaming is the study in and of games. Detroit Become Human serves as a prime example of affective story telling for the purpose of engagement and discussion by a wider public on the issues of civil rights and technology. Archaeologists can use Detroit Become Human as an example for successful public outreach via digital games.
[UPDATED: July 6, 2017, 8:00pm. Scroll to the bottom for the updated content.] July 6, 2016, saw the launch of the world’s most popular augmented reality (AR) game, Pokémon Go. I […]
The Digital Creativity Labs (DCL) at the University of York (in the United Kingdom) is a think tank and center of productivity in digital games and interactive media. On January […]
On March 2, 2015, I wrote a post about the possibility of conducting an archaeological survey of the upcoming game from Hello Games, No Man’s Sky, to be released sometime […]