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Volume 2 Issue 5

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Title : Expression of Social Conflicts in Historical and Fantasy Computer Games

Authors : Angelina Demilkhanova, Oksana Denisova

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Abstract :

Recently more and more people have take interest in computer games, most of them are constructed around topic of shooting war. Full immersion into the space of such events leads to the formation in gamers’ perception of such virtual images that often do not coincide with real objects. Similar phenomenon is considered in the works of Marcus Shulzke, Robertson Allen, Matthew Thomas Payne, Nick Robinson etc. In our research we decided to compare the particularities of forming enemy’s and hero’s images at the perception of gamers who play games with an historical subject (the main part of these games is built on war events because everyday events are not interesting to a game situation) and fantasy conflict.