Thomas Turner, University of Rhode Island
Video games have come front and center in the discussion surrounding freedom of online speech.
Through its ‘VR for Good’ initiative, the company hopes to expand beyond gaming.
Chill with the CGI, please.
The new beta from Bethesda has been almost universally panned, and it’s not even technically out yet.
Rockstar Games could focus on the game because they’ve tabled the development of another popular, albeit more controversial series.
Done well, they can vastly improve the gaming experience, so why aren’t companion apps everywhere?
Tiger Woods dominated golf for a decade by incorporating strength training. Gamers would do well to take note.
Host Ethan Klein may be a bit rough around the edges, but you’re not going to find the same pop culture scoops anywhere else.
The meticulous detailing, variety of available cars and emphasis on the driving experience have already landed the game a shelf of accolades.
Playstation and Nintendo’s Classic Minis are both signs that the video game industry thinks there’s still money to be made from elder millennials.
Consider this the ultimate rage quit.
It’s like camping on steroids.
Among other relevant facts, the BBC felt the need to emphasize David Katz’ lack of personal hygiene.
The live-streamed brawl represents a new frontier in what’s possible through YouTube celebrity.
You don’t need to be a professional video game designer to create your own virtual world.
Gaming is more fun when there’s a joke or two involved.
Money and experience? Where do I sign?
Meet ‘the Netflix of gaming.’
They’re the fourth European country to pass such a measure, prompting many to consider similar laws for the U.S.
Apparently that, depending on who you are, the rules are pretty subjective.
The insider scoop from your friendly neighborhood Uber driver.
What can I say except you’re welcome… for introducing you to this movie.
According to a prominent YouTuber, the game has three franchise-threatening problems.
If you’re not bawling 6,000 words in, you’re inhuman.
It’s hot outside anyway.
They’re furry, slippery and a little bit kooky, but most importantly, Disney’s animal sidekicks are always there when you need them.
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