“New ACM Journal to Cover Games and Gaming
Forthcoming in 2020, the ACM Games Review: Research and Practice will be a research and practice journal that publishes and publicizes major scientifically rigorous and practically useful research related to games. The journal covers the following topics in relation to games: games computing; games AI and analytics; graphics and visual art; audio, design and UX; interactive narrative; production and business; user research and HCI; education; society; audience and communities; immersive experiences; applied gaming; and alt.play. The new journal will be led by Sebastian Deterding of University of York, UK, together with a board of leading international academic and practice researchers.
The goal of the journal is to focus on scientifically rigorous major contributions in the field of games. The journal encourages a combination of original research papers, practitioner reports, critical reviews, special issues, tutorials, and more. All contributions will be reviewed carefully and will be transparently grounded in evidence and argument, valid and reliable against the standards of the particular methods employed, and novel against the body of knowledge it builds on.”
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