A version of the following article has been first published in Greek at IGN Greece.
OK, let me start by saying something: I LOVE fighting games. In fact, my first ever video game memory is a fighting game one: Ι, about 5 years old, playing the original Tekken and using Yoshimitsu against Wang. Continue reading How Important Are Stories in Fighting Games? The Case of Tekken 7
The following is the video of my presentation ‘Mortal Kollab: Video Game Fans Shaping Their Favourite Franchises’, which took place at the Theorising The Popular 2017 conference at Liverpool, UK.
“You are not defined by your past, but for your actions.”
Well, everybody’s been speaking about Ghost in the Shell lately. Why not me as well?
Continue reading Ghost in the Shell (2017) Review
Here is the paper ‘Online Marketing for Media: The Case of Greek News Websites’, which was published at the International Journal of Marketing Studies.
It has has been co-authored with Nikos Antonopoulos. It can be found here.
So, on the summer of 2015, after having all my attempts of securing funding reach a dead-end, I decided that I am doing my PhD as a self-funded candidate. You see, Continue reading Confessions of an invisible academic
The paper ‘Media Websites and Their Visitors’ Choices on Cookies’ was published at the conference proceedings of the Third European Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2016.
It has been co-authored with Nikos Antonopoulos & Andreas Veglis. It can be found here.
I found this excellent article by Mark Bennett, on the website FindAPhD, and I decided to share it with you
Continue reading 5 Things a Good PhD Research Proposal Doesn’t Need to Be