Review: 'Kallay's work brings real insight and understanding to the intersection between emerging ludic forms such as the computer game and cinema, and makes a substantial contribution to debates in the study of games, media and film. Lively and timely, this volume will be crucial reading for anyone interested in the relationship between cinema and digital culture, addressing vital issues in contemporary culture.' - Barry Atkins, Professor of Digital Culture, University of South Wales, UKThis is the titular so-called source code at work, allowing for such a complex set of operations to take place. An additional surprising reveal is that Colter himself is dead apart from his brain, which has been kept alive by scientific means.
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