Medium is the Message: Video Games
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About This Project

  • “The medium is the message” is a phrase coined by Marshall McLuhan introduced in McLuhan’s book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, published in 1964. It means that the nature of a medium (the channel through which a message is transmitted) is more important than the meaning or content of the message. McLuhan tells us that a “message” is, “the change of scale or pace or pattern” that a new invention or innovation “introduces into human affairs.”
  • In this book based on “The medium is the message” excerpt, it talks about the evolution of video games dating back to Super Mario 64 to the more present use of virtual reality.
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Medium is the Message: Video Games

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