Video Games

The collection will focus on computer games in the UK and the surrounding culture and impact on society. Expected sub-themes will include: games sites, forums, enthusiast sites and FAQs/walkthroughs, advertising, emulation, research/education. The collection will aim to capture games (eg. disk images, executables of remakes) or information about games (eg. maps, walkthroughs, FAQs) that is at risk of loss, as well as covering the cultural and societal impact of computer games (eg. research on impact of games on childrenÂ’s development).

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  1. AdventureX
  2. BAFTA Games
  3. Barbican: Final Symphony Featuring music from FINAL FANTASY VI, VII and X
  4. BBC News: Elite classic video games remake seeking backers
  5. BBC News: Fans resurrect Half-Life video game
  6. BBC News: Half Life 2 dominates game awards
  7. BBC News: Half-Life lives all over again
  8. BBC News: Kickstarted video game project Haunts gets mothballed
  9. BBC News: Kickstarter: Games by the people, for the people
  10. BBC News: Long-awaited Doom 3 leaked online
  11. BBC News: Looking back to the future of video games
  12. BBC News: Microsoft launches Project Natal and new games for Xbox
  13. BBC News: Microsoft reverses adult game ban on Windows 8
  14. BBC News: Microsoft unveils Xbox 'Kinect' motion controller
  15. BBC News: Peter Molyneux seeks Kickstarter cash for god game reboot
  16. BBC News: Remembering the first Doom
  17. BBC News: 'Virtual human' Milo comes out to play at TED in Oxford
  18. BBC News: Zombies help ageing title Arma II top video game charts
  19. Beatnik Games
  20. Blitz Games

Sites (53)

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