ROMchip: A Journal of Game Histories
In July 2019, I co-founded ROMchip: A Journal of Game Histories, alongside colleagues Henry Lowood and Raiford Guins. Our goals were simple: to be the venue where game history is taken seriously.
ROMchip is an open-access, hybrid audience academic journal that focuses on the rich and varied histories of games and their cultural significance. We publish twice a year and feature original peer-reviewed articles, interviews and oral history transcripts, short, public-facing essays, and translations from across the world. ROMchip hosts writing from a wide-range of academics, journalists, enthusiasts, curators, and collectors.
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