Horror Video Games: Essays on the Fusion of Fear and Play

Bernard Perron
McFarland, Jan 10, 2014 - 310 páginas
In this in-depth critical and theoretical analysis of the horror genre in video games, 14 essays explore the cultural underpinnings of horror’s allure for gamers and the evolution of “survival” themes. The techniques and story effects of specific games such as Resident Evil, Call of Cthulhu, and Silent Hill are examined individually.

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Wonderful write-up of about horror elements in videogames.


Approaching the Genre
Encountering the Games
About the Contributors

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Bernard Perron is a professor of film and game studies at the University of Montreal. He has edited, co-edited and written many essays and books on film and video game theories as well as on horror films and horror video games.

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