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Atari to Zelda: Japan’s Videogames in Global Contexts , written by Mia Consalvo

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Affiliations: 1: University of Alberta


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1. Carlson Rebecca, Corliss Jonathan"‘Imagined Commodities: Video Game Localization and Mythologies of Cultural Difference’" Games and Culture 2011Vol 6 1 61 82 [Crossref]
2. Mandiberg Stephen"‘Playing (with) the Trace: Localized Culture in Phoenix Wright’" Kinephanos 2015Vol 5 1 113 141

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