Exams are over! Holidays have started! What a time to be alive! And so as things return to normal it seems only fitting, on the theme of closure, that we bask in the final piece of the 6 part series from the archive! I feel like there should be some Green Day playing in the background … Continue reading From the Archive: Professional Wrestling for Amateurs – The Final Countdown
Another week of preparing for the end of term has left me short on time - luckily there is still more to go back to from this original series on the misunderstood art of professional wrestling. Previously we sat down with an actual, real life, wrestling machine – O’Shay Edwards – for a look at … Continue reading From the Archive: Professional Wrestling for Amateurs – What, Culture?
Social gaming is one of my favourite past times, particularly in recent times in the Online world of Grand Theft Auto. Together with two of my good pals I am the president of the Hells Harambe’s Motorcycle Club. We grow pot, we cut coke and we manufacture meth in a large scale operation which takes … Continue reading Social Gaming – Interacting in the online world
The purpose of this case study was to explore social changes in online activities and communities by observing the changes to the text based social game of fantasy wrestling over time – specifically coinciding the rise of social media culture. This subject was chosen as it is an underrepresented area in the social gaming sphere … Continue reading An Exploration of Social Gaming: Roleplaying Case Study