Dongseong Choi

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As people increasingly play online games, numerous new features have been proposed to increase players' log-on time at online gaming sites. However, few studies have investigated why people continue to play certain online games or which design features are most closely related to the amount of time spent by players at particular online gaming sites. This(More)
Today millions of players interact with one another in online games, especially massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs). These games promote interaction among players by offering interdependency features, but to date few studies have asked what interdependency design factors of MMORPGs make them fun for players, produce experiences of(More)
Even though most games have been developed so that users have fun, there has been little research to address the elements of games that create the perception of being fun. The objectives of this research are to focus on which features people think provide fun, and then analyse these aspects both qualitatively and quantitatively. This study first identified(More)
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