This is the fourth episode of Game Studies Study Buddies, a podcast where your two co-hosts read through works of academic game studies and talk about it. If you’re interested in that, you might like this show!
This episode is about Astrid Ensslin’s 2014 Literary Gaming, a book that argues for the existence of the literary-ludic spectrum and the mappability of games between those two poles. Do we agree? Listen and find out!
Here is a link to a post with some information about some of the references we made in this episode. You can also see the graph we talk about here.
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