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INDIE REVOLUTION: THE CULTURAL SUBVERSION OF VIDEO GAMES

Manu Delgado, Jonathan León



 

Shortly after the beginning of the new century, indie games stepped onto the mainstream stage of the video game industry. Before that, they already existed, but the necessary conditions had to align for the general public to become acquainted with them and discover what they had to offer. Now, they are an inseparable part of the current state of this medium. Day after day, we discuss independent titles, with some being released and others announced that are yet to come.


For the average gamer, it's just as common to play God of War as it is to play Hollow Knight. It's not a passing trend; indies have come to stay. The Indie Revolution: The cultural subversion of the video game represents a review of 101 independent titles, along with an ontological and historiographical contextualization of a movement that has not only expanded the gaming options for users but has also disrupted the boundaries of video games, experimenting with them and offering new artistic, personal, and subversive perspectives.


A journey spanning fifteen years, featuring interviews with creators who have had a significant impact on the scene, and using their works as steps on a staircase that aims to help understand what indie gaming has meant for the industry, where it originated, and where it is heading.

 

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Spanish

Hardcover


9788417649166

2023

216

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  • REVOLUCIÓN INDIE: LA SUBVERSIÓN CULTURAL DEL VIDEOJUEGO

 

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