What gives a game “good pacing”? How do you make moments in a game “memorable”? When is less information, actually more? These questions are all something that video game developers should be asking, and I would recommend looking to the psychology of primacy and recency for the answers. The human mind has a natural desire to process the stimulation in front of it, and in this episode of Psych of Play, I’ll take a swing at explaining how you can play with levels of color and sound to make your video game memorable.
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The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask (2000) – Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006) – Nintendo
Celese (2017) – Matt Makes Games
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017) – Nintendo
Shadow of the Colossus (2005) – Team Ico
Shovel Knight (2000) – Yacht Club Games
Uncharted 2 (2009) – Naughty Dog
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017) – Nintendo
Journey (2012) – That Game Company
Limbo (2010) – PlayDead
Skyrim (2011) – Bethesda
Kingdom Hearts 2 (2005) – Square Enix
Pokemon Gold (1999) – Game Freak
Vanquish (2010) – Platinum Games
Inside (2016) – PlayDead
Megaman X (1993) – Capcom
Dead Space 3 (2013) – Visceral Games
The Glow of the Dark Mountains- Chris Zabriskie
Cylinder 2- Chris Zabriskie
Air Hockey Saloon – Chris Zabriskie
We Always Thought the Future Would be Kind of Fun- Chris Zabriskie
I am a Man who will Fight for your Honor – Chris Zabriskie
Titan Souls: Forest Songs – David Fenn
Serial Position effect experiment – VCE Psychology – Andrew Scott
Smash Bros Switch Reveal Trailer
Fast Five Trailer
_Welcome to Daryl Talks Games_
Hi! I’m Daryl, and on this channel I explore the intersection between video games, psychology, and real life.
I’ve talked about how Pokemon and the Generation Effect can make you a better student. I’ve made a video on why game developers really should understand functional fixedness. And I’ve interviewed some of the best speedrunners on Earth to find out how exactly they make setting world records look so easy.
Primacy and Recency, subconscious associations, classical conditioning, divergent thinking, amnesia (the disorder not the game), if its psychological concept that relates to games, I’ve probably talked about it before or will in the future. But to be clear, psychology isn’t all I talk about. Every now and then I’ll dabble in a little bit of game design and sometimes I’ll just talk about life and how games really can make it better… and for some people are the best way to relate to the world around us.
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