Rumors from various gaming analysts hint at major announcements coming for next-gen titles for the PS5 and Xbox Series X ahead of an E3 gap in June. The event was cancelled ahead due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, prompting major developers to find other options in presenting upcoming projects to the public. The reveals between […]
Games for Change, an organization which advocates for the social impact of games, has published a video montage featuring 88 seconds of artistic, non-violent moments in games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Minecraft, Celeste, and 16 others.
The Entertainment Software Association has given their official response to the release of draft language from the World Health Organization on video games. In response to cases of video game addiction, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been taking steps to add an official description for “gaming disorder” to their diagnostic manual. The Entertainment Software […]
I have long maintained that video games can and should be an effective tool for education. While video games are capable of sharpening hand-eye coordination and basic problem solving, they can also have the ability to impart practical education; from humble beginnings like Mario Teaches Typing, to more subtle educational games like Nobunaga’s Ambition. It seems game companies are beginning […]
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), announced it is now accepting applicants for their Foundation’s Computer and Video Game Scholarship Program via a press release. This program will allow up to 30 scholarships to be awarded to woman and minorities entering university-level coursework in the Video Games and Computer based programs. Eligible applicants include woman and minority students currently in […]