Critical self-analysis and commentary on my peers


Since I could hold a controller, I’ve been playing video games. For most of my life, gaming has been one of my biggest hobbies and favourite things to do. So when tasked to read and review the digital artefacts of my peers in BCM215, I was excited to see how each would approach their topics and what they wanted to reveal through their research.

When reading the blogs, I didn’t quite focus on criticising methods or topic ideas, rather I focused on what seemed to be missing from their research that I believed would offer them a greater understanding of their chosen topic and to offer a different perspective on their research.

I did this by recommending certain games to play, looking into another aspect of their topic e.g. for Rachel’s DA, I suggested that she should delve into the strategic side of sporting and if playing sport games could…

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