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Why Watch E-Sports? The Answer Might Surprise You

The e-sports phenomenon has been growing by leaps and bounds, and though we haven't heard too much about it lately, it's still carrying on, offering up a new and unique experience in gaming. But why do people turn to e-sports?...

Preserving Gaming's Legacy: The National Toy Hall of Fame's Game Section

When's the last time you saw an arcade cabinet of “Revolution X”? Back in the 1990s, you'd find one of these most anywhere there were games to be played. Ever wonder where your old Super Nintendo was? Think you could...

When Kids Game: The Open Letter to Parents of League of Legends Players

There's a document making the rounds of late, and it's one that's raising a noteworthy point about the youngest members of the gaming community. While it raises some good points, it also falls flat on some fronts, and to that...

Game Violence: Minecraft and First Person Lover

Game violence has long been a hot-button topic for gamers, and for those who would rather gamers not be gamers but rather be sports viewers or something else entirely. While some believe that game violence leaves us twisted horrible wrecks...

Does Final Fantasy XIV Have the Key to MMO Longevity?

For those out there who play “Final Fantasy XIV,” there's something exciting coming up. It recently started up, and will be running until February 16. Known as “Valentione's Day,” it's a parallel of the real-life Valentine's Day event set for...

Nintendo's Creator's Program: Tragedy or Disaster?

You know, there really are only so many times in life you actually get to watch a company shoot itself in the foot. The last one I remember, as far as games go, was back in 2013 where Microsoft slammed...

Five Nights At Freddy's 3: Too Much, Too Soon?

It's a funny question to be asking, especially when it comes to video games. The wait for any news at all about “Fallout 4” has been nothing short of breathless. “Half-Life 3” has been on most gamers' hotly-anticipated lists for...

Doing Good With Gaming: Plague Inc. Players Raise Big Money For Ebola Fight

While Ebola has fallen out of the news of late, the fight against the disease still carries on in West Africa, where reports suggest it's carrying on in earnest. And for those gamers that play Plague, Inc., an odd dichotomy...

Strafe May Be Kickstarter's Most Awesome Game Marketing Yet

few minutes on Kickstarter will show users a huge litany of games seeking the necessary cash to get developed. But it may well be Strafe, a new game that's surprisingly familiar, that may well have established the new gold standard...

Horror Gaming Gets a Spark From Friday the 13th

It's been sequeled to within an inch of its life and rebooted once already, with a second hit reportedly set to come by the end of this year. It's a cultural phenomenon, one of the big-three of eighties slasher fare,...

Playing the Villain: Hatred's Draw on Steam Greenlight

It may well be the most pronounced case of “playing the villain” ever to be noted in a game. A game called “Hatred” has been making the rounds, and is currently camped out on Steam Greenlight, seeking to get access...

E-Sports Broadcasting Finds Gains, Losses

The idea that e-sports could be considered a mature market may actually be a little more likely thanks to some recent news from the field. Two separate pieces have come together to suggest that this market may be farther along...

Will VGX Finally Prove The Start of Fallout 4 News?

The idea of Fallout 4 has been enough to fire imaginations in gamers for some time now, but a pronounced lack of news has given rise to plenty of hoaxes. However, history suggests that we may well be facing the...

Burned By Steam Early Access? Valve Has New Rules Afoot

Steam Early Access is an exciting idea that doesn't always hold it together. Perhaps best described as a mix of sizzle and steak where the sizzle is sometimes much more than the steak would merit, there have been times where...

Sony Doubles Down on PlayStation

Sony does a lot more than just the PlayStation line; it's also a presence in mobile devices, in televisions, and in a variety of components. A recent ad for Sony showed Sony buying a film script, and then building that...

Are Digital Games Too Cheap?

It's not surprising that we see some significant differences between the price of digital games and the prices of their disc-based equivalents. But word from Tony Bartel—GameStop's president—suggests that the discrepancies between prices for digital and disc-based games may have...

Help Wanted: Gaming Puts On Major Expansion in U.S. Economy

Admittedly, the last several years of the economy in the United States has not been great. But there are notes that suggest things are on the mend, economically speaking, as unemployment rates drop and more businesses look to do some...

Amid Controversy, More Women Playing Games

It's easily been one of the biggest issues in gaming in the last few months, the issues of gender inclusiveness and gaming. But while some are calling for more inclusiveness, and others are saying that gaming is just more of...

What Do You Have In Common With a Gaming Nine-Year-Old?

That may sound like a crazy question, but it's one that's going to likely surprise many by showing off the sheer extent of PC gaming. As it turns out, that's likely what most gamers have in common with a nine...

E-Sports Hit College Campuses; Scholarships Being Offered

We all know that college sports are a huge, multi-million dollar affair that mean big bucks for colleges and potentially even the players—colleges are, after all, the pool from which professionals are chosen—but what hasn't been quite so extensively considered...

What Could An Atari Revival Look Like?

Atari is, oddly enough, one of those major names that gets a lot of attention thanks to its long and storied legacy but also because of its modern era issues. We don't think of Atari much as a developer these...

HBO's "Love Child" Asks One of Gaming's Toughest Questions

The “just one more” phenomenon is widely known among gamers. Just one more boss fight, just one more round, just one more level, just one more game; it's a phenomenon almost as old as video gaming itself, and for the...

Do Game Rentals Mean Game Sales?

While the days of the video store seem to be somewhat in decline, and the idea of the rented game was going out with such edifices—for a while there, it was almost impossible to rent a game for the Xbox...

Fallout 4: Canny or Catastrophe?

Being as I write about video games fairly often—I like to describe myself as a professional geek because it sounds awesome and it's not too far off from the truth—I routinely come in contact with news about gaming platforms, gaming...

Family Sharing on Xbox One? It's Not Dead Yet.

Back in the days of the 2013 E3, when Sony landed the biggest hit against Microsoft that had been seen before—arguably, if nothing else—by having two guys pass around a disc box, Microsoft had some plans for the Xbox One....
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