Ouch! How Embodied Damage Indicators in First-Person Shooting Games Impact Gaming Experience
In this paper we present results from an exploratory study on first-person shooting game damage indicators, comparing a red flash, a paper doll, and an x-ray mechanism, observing impact on gaming experience.
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