Author Archives: Brian Mleczko

Visuals, Gameplay and Meaning: A Formal Analysis of Dark Souls 3 (Full Paper)

“You died” is what players read whenever they fall victim to the large variety of monstrosities or traps from From Software’s Dark Souls 3 (2016). The video game is marketed as difficult, and it very well is. However, it offers … Continue reading

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Research into Twitter Sentiment toward Netflix

by Wyatt Augustyniak, Jullie Han, and Brian Mleczko Twitter is an important marketing tool for companies and organizations, but there is also a very real public opinion presence which can influence the perceptions of all those who use the social … Continue reading

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The Challenges of Chicago’s Food Inspection Process

by Brian Mleczko and Camilla Skowronek Restaurant customers want their food prepared the right way. At the very least, their expectations are that meals should be made in a clear and sanitary kitchen, with non-expired ingredients. The Chicago Department of Public … Continue reading

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Gdańsk, Poland: A Look At The Growth of Infrastructure Through Google Timelapse

Trade is an important part of a nation’s economy. Gdańsk is an important trade hub and has been a port town of Poland since the early 13th century.  In some of the preceding years, Gdańsk thrived in its commerce, while … Continue reading

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A Look at Recorded Crimes in Chicago 2016

The city of Chicago keeps a large record of crimes committed on their data portal. Gleaning information from this large data-set can be taxing, but with an infographic made through Venngage, we can better see what the data is telling … Continue reading

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Chicago Homicides by Year (1990 – 2016) Chart

Chart through Google Fusion Tables

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A Brief Look at The History of The World Cup

The game known as football has been around for hundreds of years. The World Cup, however, had only started in 1930. There had been many splendid victories, crushing defeats, and historical intrigue that have gone by since then. Below is … Continue reading

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