website introduction：Peer-reviewed, scholarly journal on computer games. Articles focus on aesthetic, cultural and communicative aspects of computer games.
website introduction：Research is both quantative and qualitative, and is particularly centred on players of EverQuest and other Massive Multi-Player Online Games.
website introduction：Virtual exhibits from the University of Waterloo, Ottawa, Canada. Dedicated to research and the collection, preservation, and exhibition of games and game-related objects.
website introduction：Theorist and author/developer specialising in interactive fiction, often in the crossover between game and literature. Games, fiction, publications and links.
website introduction：Discusses whether MUDs are games, pass times, sports or entertainments and suggests four kinds of player: achiever, explorer, socializer or killer.
website introduction：Website of Dutch independent game scholar Joris Dormans. His articles on games and related subjects can be found here.
website introduction：Articles, links, and weblog chronicling personal search for games and toys, ideas and innovations, people and events that enhance our capacity for having fun.
website introduction：Sponsored by the Serious Games Initiative. Develops a community and best practices platform for the numerous games being built for health care applications.
website introduction：Game designer and theorist. Archive of columns published in Gamasutra, other articles, list of print publications, pages describing game philosophy.
website introduction：Chronicle of game developer Amit Patel.
website introduction：Personal weblog of Terra Nova contributor. Includes links and other resources.
website introduction：Annotated bibliography and several scholarly articles about interactive fiction, by Dennis G. Jerz.
website introduction：A list of conferences and events of interest to game researchers and developers. Linked, annotated and chronologically ordered.
website introduction：Website of Bill MacKenty, technology teacher at a traditional public school using video games in the classroom. Provides strategies for using games in teaching, including notes on assessment, and supplies pedagogically specific reviews of video games.
website introduction：jill/txt is Jill Walker's weblog or research diary about hypertext fiction, electronic texts, net art, net literature, MUDs and MOOs, computer games and cyberculture.
website introduction：Game designer, artist, and academic at NYU exploring the theory and practice of game design. Essays, links, teaching.
website introduction：Personal site contains articles and writing samples including research on MMORPG economies and "A Rape in Cyberspace."
website introduction：Providing strategic market research in the interactive entertainment, video game and interactive broadcasting industries.
website introduction：Weblog centering on an ethnographic approach to studying videogames and videogame players. Authored by Bryan-Mitchell Young.
website introduction：A weblog about politics, technology, and culture. By Clive Thompson.
website introduction：A blog on interactive entertainment: design, production, industry and related topics, authored by Jurie Horneman.
website introduction：Independent. Weblog, articles, games. Research on political games, simulations, ludology.
website introduction：Weblog, articles and projects centered around multiplayer games, women and technology, emergence in communities and games and serial and reconfigurable narrative.
website introduction：Collobarative weblog featuring several important scholars in the field. General focus is MMORPGs and social aspects of online gaming communities.
website introduction：Digital media artist, author, educator, and designer.