Gee states right up front what I always try to convey: When you talk about using video games to study learning, don’t just pay attention to the game. You’re missing a tremendous amount of cultural adaptation and innovation if you limit your study to only the game.
His quote at the beginning of the video:
The game is not the only thing at stake. If you’re going to contemplate the possible use of games of digital media for learning about learning, you really have to say “Wait a minute, don’t just look at the game. There’s more going on.”