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Press Start 2017 : Press Start - an open access, peer-reviewed student game studies journal

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Link: http://press-start.gla.ac.uk/
 
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Categories    game studies   games development   video games
 

Call For Papers

Press Start is an open access, peer-reviewed student journal that publishes the best undergraduate and postgraduate research, essays and dissertations from across the multidisciplinary subject of Game Studies. The Editorial Board and Reviewers are comprised of students and recent graduates.

If you're an undergraduate or postgraduate student (or a recent graduate) with an academic interest in video games and would like to find out more about publishing your work in Press Start (or are interested in becoming a Reviewer or member of the Editorial Board), please take a look at our Editorial Policies and Submissions guidelines.

We welcome submissions at any time of the year and submissions are always open.

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