When is a Video Game? — Archaeogaming

I was asked by an archaeology undergraduate student recently if a video game is from the past, present, or future when it is being investigated archaeologically. Archaeology does like to concern itself with time (perhaps overly so), and people (including some archaeologists) continue to think that the past (“old stuff and dead people”) remains the […]

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