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Existential Gamer, Psychology, Alberto Ibarra
Sometimes companies struggle to find identity with their games. Beautiful works of art have been created only to fall short to the unscrupulous and critical eye of their consumers. Other times, generic and bland regurgitation’s appear to pop up every year to the tune of millions of dollars. At the end […]

The Existential Gamer: Why Some Games Fail


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Psi-Ops is an opinion based editorial written by a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology. As an avid lifetime gamer, these opinions seek to blend and identify psychological factors and traits within the gaming culture. A recent article on Polygon left me thinking about the conflict of Adult-Only ratings, and the […]

Psi-Ops: When Morality and Art Conflict, Adult-Only Ratings


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Psi-Ops is an opinion based editorial written by a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology. As an avid lifetime gamer, these opinions seek to blend and identify psychological factors and traits within the gaming culture. Titanfall recently reinforced the “sweet spot” of 6v6 competitive online matches which left gamers split between […]

Psi-Ops: Titanfall Competitive Psychology



So I spent my first day playing Remember Me, and i'm blown away. It's like a blend of Assassin's Creed, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Mirror's Edge. I'm instantly hooked - and here's the proof. The first batch of screenshots. As usual I don't watermark my images, so I just ask that you credit them if you use them for anything. Enjoy Neo-Paris.

Remember Me Screenshots, Day 1


Psi-Musing is an annotated commentary, or musing on psychological research, and how it applies to video games, the gaming community, and video game culture. Although the content is supported by current research, these short pieces will not delve deep into the literature with specific references or literary reviews. All of the […]

Psi-Musing: Amygdala, Fear and Gaming