E3 occurred this week and new games, new installments to old franchises, and exciting news for archaeology in and of digital games. Exploring the new archaeogaming potential from the announcements and trailers for E3 entertainment expo.
[NOTE: The following post parodies/parallels Tim Ingold’s famous 2007 essay “Materials against Materiality,” which you should probably read first prior to engaging with the material below. Although the tone is […]
One of the questions I frequently get is “how do you excavate a video game”? This post will show you how it’s done from the hardware side of things with […]
I am extraordinarily happy to announce that the Xbox Wire published its press release today about the April 26th excavation of the Atari Landfill (aka Atari Dump Site, E.T. Burial Ground, etc.) in Alamogordo, New Mexico. I’m part of the team of archaeologists referenced in the press release, and will be joined by archaeologists Richard Rothaus, Bill Caraher, and Lindsay […]