Replicating the Blade Runner
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"Replicating the Blade Runner" in Will Brooker (ed.) The Blade Runner Experience: The Legacy of a Science Fiction Classic (London: Wallflower, 2005), pp. 79-91. Situating the computer game version of Blade Runner within the current debates surrounding transmediation and remediation, this book chapter is part of a wider research project examining the relationship that computer games and videogames have with other visual and screen media that has also seen expression in the following publications within this period of RAE assessment: Atkins, Barry, "Games" in Robert Eaglestone (ed.) Reading the Lord of the Rings, London: Continuum, 2006, pp. 151-161. [Chapter in edited collection] Atkins, Barry, "To Infinity, and Beyond: Dialogue and Critique in Popular Film’s Portrayal of Video Games", TEXT/Technology (2004) 13.1, pp. 32-51. [Peer reviewed journal article] "Replicating the Blade Runner" has been subsequently translated and republished in Italian in Matteo Bittanti (trans. and ed.), Schermi interattivi. Videogiochi, cinema, televisione (in press, Milan: Costa Nolan, 2007)
The Blade Runner Experience: The Legacy of a Science Fiction Classic, pp.79-91
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