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Gamer Theory by McKenzie Wark

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Gamer Theory
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Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0674025199
ISBN-13: 9780674025196
Number of pages: 240

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Gamer Theory uncovers the significance of games in the gap between the near-perfection of actual games and the highly imperfect gamespace of everyday life in the rat race of free-market society. The book depicts a world becoming an inescapable series of less and less perfect games.

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