Lexia: Undergraduate Journal in Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication


In this research paper composed for WRTC 200: Introduction to Studies in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication, Cappo uses industry-related articles and academic studies to demonstrate how various interactive design choices in video games serve to influence the impression players feel toward a game's world and its characters. Thorough and analytical, the piece serves as a guiding example of how interactive elements of a video game can work constructively with its storytelling to create an enjoyable and immersive experience.

Course Number

WRTC 200

Course Title

Introduction to Studies in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication

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