Games Without Play

David Goloumbia

Not actually a book proper, but an academic journal article—from New Literary History—that I ended up liking so much I printed it out and taped into the pages of a small moleskine journal, just so I could keep it with my other books.

An article of literary analysis on massively online multiplayer gaming, which recasts the entire purpose of ludology within the context of neoliberal capitalism. An article I honestly wish I could disagree with, but its argumentation is so solid that I cannot disprove it.

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