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Aaron Suduiko, Phillips Exeter Academy '13, Harvard University '17. Studies philosophy with a focus on developing new aesthetic theory grounded in the medium of video games. In Spring 2013, he conducted a comparative analysis of role playing paradigms in video games ("Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask," "Nier," "Dishonored," and "Deus Ex: Human Revolution") and plays ("Six Characters in Search of an Author," "The Man in the Iron Mask," "Macbeth," and "Flowers for Algernon"). Currently, he is engaged in an independent study of video game aesthetics and narrative theory in Harvard's philosophy department. He is the author of "With a Terrible Fate," an analysis of "Majora's Mask" that is published by Zelda Dungeon and is set to continue through the release of the 3D remake this coming spring. The entirety of Suduiko's work can be found at, and he is reachable at [email protected]. --With a Terrible Fate (talk) 23:55, December 19, 2014 (UTC)