Machinima

“We're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad”

Machinima, Machinima, everywhere. Since the days of “Diary of a Camper”, which is considered to be the first piece of Machinima film, the concept of reappropriating game visuals has exploded into an art of film making. The rise of such an art form is in part due to the low cost of screen capture low barriers of access generated by gaming engines, but the main reason so many consumers have now become prosumers is the creative nature that surrounds the gaming industry. From walkthroughs and Let’s Play’s, Fan art and videos, parodies, and modding, players now have more access and influence over their gaming experience than ever before.

Machinima is an important aspect of the gaming culture and it will only continue to increase as technology and tools of creation become more ubiquitous and less expensive. It is fast, accessible and cost significantly less than actually making your own film…

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