Exploring replay value: Shifts and continuities in user experiences between first and second exposure to an interactive story

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Roth, C.; Vermeulen, I.E.; Vorderer, P.A.; Klimmt, C.;
(2012)

While replay value is a common term in interactive entertainment, psychological research on its meaning in terms of user experiences is sparse. An exploratory experiment using the interactive drama "Façade" was conducted (n=50) to examine shifts and continuities in ente... View more
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