I have been involved with the course Computational Methods in the Humanities for the past few semesters as a student, project mentor, and TA. The course teaches students how to analyze documents, whether they be novels, scripts, tweets, poems, lyrics, etc., using programmatic techniques. Students work in groups throughout the term on a research question of their choice.
When I was a TA, one group researched the type of language used by characters in Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Their project site can be accessed here. You can poke around their site to see the full script, graphs displaying their findings, and their conclusions about race, gender, speakers in the game, and linguistic elements. It’s an interesting look at what can be done with a video game, and the intricacies underlying the entertainment value.
As a side note, I highly recommend taking the course if you have any interest in digital humanities (no programming experience required!). It is by far one of the most rewarding classes I’ve taken at Pitt.