O futuro é multiplayer: interação social como elemento de preferência dos usuários de jogos online Outros Idiomas

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Resumo:
Este estudo objetiva identificar os perfis de usuários ligados à interação social virtual no contexto dos jogos multiplayer on-line desenvolvidos para videogames de 7a e 8a gerações, descrevendo seus comportamentos, preferências e motivações para se manterem conectados nestes ambientes virtuais. Utilizou-se a netnografia como método de estudo para avaliar os significados, simbolismo, valores comportamentais, predições e preferências dos usuários, a partir da coleta e análise de comentários extraídos de sites/fóruns de discussões on-line. Os resultados demonstram a existência de três perfis de usuários ligados aos jogos multiplayer on-line, caracterizados como: 1) usuários que se aglutinam em grupos sociais on-line; 2) usuários frustrados com a indisponibilidade das redes sociais on-line; 3) usuários que interagem socialmente no ambiente off-line, e compartilham informações no ambiente virtual. Logo, o fator social se mostra como um elemento que influencia na escolha dos tipos de jogos e videogames, além de contribuir para a manutenção dos laços sociais no ambiente lúdico dos jogos multiplayer on-line
Citação ABNT:
GAMMARANO, I. J. L. P.; COSTA, E. M. S. O futuro é multiplayer: interação social como elemento de preferência dos usuários de jogos online. Revista Pretexto, v. 21, n. 3, p. 120-136, 2020.
Citação APA:
Gammarano, I. J. L. P., & Costa, E. M. S. (2020). O futuro é multiplayer: interação social como elemento de preferência dos usuários de jogos online. Revista Pretexto, 21(3), 120-136.
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Português
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