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W11 Reading Questions from Mizusa

Posted on | November 20, 2019 | No Comments

Q1. To involve participants in the game, SEED, are they required to pass ethics review? What point of the game is concerned as it may exert a harmful influence on participants?

Q2. What point needs to be careful when LARPs takes place in a social area? Is there any manner to be required?

Q3. Through narrative and gameplay, the social critical topic can be infused with urgency. How effectively do participants’ experiences in LARPs motivate them to have an action to confront the urgent social issues?

Q4. In the chapter of Guiding Principles of Alternate Reality, there is no critic concerning SEED’s poor side of storytelling. What opinion may be raised if a participant did not fully enjoy the gameplay?

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