In our first article we delved into the meaning of the fictional pact and how it works for video games in terms of images, sounds, UX/UI, among others. These are the fundamental factors that allow players to connect with games and enjoy them. But what’s the deal with the (invisible) elephant in the room: idiomatic localization and culturalization?
Analysis of the current status of video game development in Argentina and the surrounding region with a look at the future based on the conclusions from the EVA (Argentina Video Games Expo).
Accessibility in the video game world can be defined as having the ability to play a game even under restrictive conditions, be it due to some sort of functional limitation or disability. Accessibility also plays an important part during game development, as it relates to the interaction between the game and the player.
In our previous article we analyzed how characters representative of the LGBT+ community began appearing in games; however the issue wasn’t fully explored and there
Inclusion and Diversity. When we talk about culturalization in video games, we can delve more deeply into the variables that involve inclusive identities.In this sense,
After taking a long hard look at themselves, many video game publishers have found they are coming up short. A demographic overhaul is a heavy lift in an industry historically dominated by straight white men. Yet as the faces of gamers become more diverse, so too should the faces of the games’ creators.