Tag Archives: Brecht

Etrian Odyssey and Imperialism

Etrian Odyssey is a fantastic example of how to create a potentially immersive game within a well-worn genre. It uses the tropes and trappings of old school dungeon-crawlers to effectively draw the player in to its world but also leaves … Continue reading

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Audience as Actor

  Theater is often described in terms of two schools, that of Aristotle and that of Brecht. The following is an extremely brief and simplified description of the differences between the two: Aristotle Brecht Traditional, Orthodox Divergent, Subversive Appeals to … Continue reading

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