John Noel Buendia De Leon
Additional Discussion Questions:
1) In what way does transmedia enhance or impede your experience of a game?
2) What advantages or disadvantages can you think of about video games promoted as media franchises through transmedia storytelling?
3) Can you think of other examples of video games successfully making use of transmedia storytelling?
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Jenkins, Henry. “Transmedia 202: Further Reflections.” Confessions of an AcaFan, 1 Aug. 2011, http://henryjenkins.org/2011/08/defining_transmedia_further_re.html
Kerr, Aphra and Roddy Flynn. “Revisiting Globalisation through the movie and digital games industries.” Convergence, vol. 9, no. 1, 2003, pp. 91-113. doi:10.1177/135485650300 900106.
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Yuyama, Kunihiko, chief director. Pokémon. The Pokémon Company International, 1997.