William H. Huber
William H. Huber
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Understanding scanlation: How to read one million fan-translated manga pages
J Douglass, W Huber, L Manovich
Image and narrative 12 (1), 190-228, 2011
332011
Epic spatialities: the production of space in Final Fantasy games
WH Huber
Third person: Authoring and exploring vast narratives, 373-384, 2009
242009
Understanding scanlation: how to read one million fan-translated manga pages
L Manovich, J Douglass, W Huber
Image & Narrative 12 (1), 206-228, 2011
212011
Ghastly multiplication: Fatal Frame II and the Videogame Uncanny.
L Hoeger, W Huber
DiGRA Conference, 2007
152007
Ka as shomin-geki: Problematizing videogame studies.
WH Huber
DiGRA Conference, 2003
102003
Some notes on aesthetics in japanese videogames
W Huber
Videogames and Art, 211, 2007
92007
Fictive affinities in Final Fantasy XI: complicit and critical play in fantastic nations.
W Huber
82005
The Foundations of Videogame Authorship
WH Huber
University of California, San Diego, 2013
62013
You played that
D Thomas, J Zagal, M Robertson, I Bogost, W Huber
Game studies meets game criticism, 2009
52009
You Played That? Game Studies Meets Game Criticism
D Thomas, JP Zagal, M Robertson, I Bogost, W Huber
DiGRA 2009, 2009
32009
Catch and Release: Ludological Dynamics in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
W Huber
Loading... 4 (6), 2010
22010
Game Studies in the Cinquecento. Prolegomena to a historical analysis of the rhetorics of play
R Fassone, W Huber
Ludica. Annals of the history and culture of games 2015 (21-22), 152-155, 2016
12016
The semiotic conditions of videogame authorship
WH Huber
12013
Small Wars and CD-ROMS
W Huber, T Duncan, E Stern
Small Wars and CD-ROMS, 2016
2016
Kingdom Hearts, Territoriality and Flow
WH Huber, S Mandiberg
DiGRA 2009, 2009
2009
14. Fictive Affinities in Final Fantasy XI: Complicit and Critical Play in Fantastic Nations
W Huber
Worlds in Play: International Perspectives on Digital Games Research 21, 169, 2007
2007
Political ontologies/games as epistemic systems
W Huber
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