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How to Buy the Best Video Games for Your Kids

How to Buy the Best Video Games for Your Kids

If you’re reading this story, that probably means you’re a concerned parent who wouldn’t dream of buying your 8-year-old the new “Battlefield 4” video game for the holidays, no matter how many hissy fits are thrown. But let’s face it, you’ve also got a zillion other things on your mind right now — how’s that […] Read More

Replace Computer Games With Real-Life Competition

Replace Computer Games With Real-Life Competition

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, kids and teens are spending 46 hours per week using electronic media. Now, parents are becoming increasingly concerned that time on the computer is robbing their children of real-life experiences. The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing provide an opportunity for parents to interest kids in real-world activities that will […] Read More

New Resource Helps Parents Choose Age-Appropriate Video Games

New Resource Helps Parents Choose Age-Appropriate Video Games

If you’re a parent, you’ve probably heard your child plead for the latest, hottest video game. And as a parent, you may have found yourself in the position of having to decide whether a game rated “T for Teen,” recommended for kids 13 and older, is really OK for your younger “tween” to play. And […] Read More

Businesses, Athletes Are Getting in on Game Apps

Businesses, Athletes Are Getting in on Game Apps

There are few topics that cause as much heated debate and passion as sports — especially football. And in this digital age, mobile technology only enables such zeal — which is probably why sports apps are arguably one of the most popular ways to keep up with a beloved team, as well as help diehard […] Read More

Board Games Are the Answer for the Holidays

Board Games Are the Answer for the Holidays

How will my Uncle Harry and Grandma Betty get along? What should we do with all the kids? What presents should I get? How much should I spend? Every host over the holidays has a host of questions, but thanks to traditional board games, there is a one-stop solution consumers can count on to suit […] Read More

Video Games Can Teach, If Kids Will Play

Video Games Can Teach, If Kids Will Play

While it’s not unusual to see books or movies taking plots from the headlines, hot topics now show up in unexpected places — including video games. No longer content to produce simple shoot-’em-ups, many game developers now create video games designed to inform as well as to entertain. Some take sarcastic views on real events, […] Read More

How to Choose a Video Game for Your Child

How to Choose a Video Game for Your Child

Inevitably, your child will ask for a video game you don’t know anything about. Maybe the rating is higher than you think is appropriate, or you’re simply not sure you want your child mowing down pedestrians or playing with sharp objects, no matter how virtual. But your child tells you that his friends all own […] Read More

Developers Try to Meet Growing Demand for Video Games

Developers Try to Meet Growing Demand for Video Games

People today have not only a plethora of choices when it comes to playing video games, but also an inordinate amount of ways to play them. According to research done last year by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the trade association that represents the U.S. video game industry, more Americans than ever are playing games on […] Read More

The Game Room: How to Buy the Best Video Games tor Your Kids

For some parents, Christmas gift-giving can be akin to a visit from your in-laws—prompting both terror and denial. This is because many kids today expect to see their favorite video games under the tree (read: Battlefield 4), bought by parents who are clueless about a medium that was in its infancy when they were growing up. So, […] Read More

Think Your Data is Safe? Think Again

Think Your Data is Safe? Think Again

No matter who you are or what business you are in, you’re vulnerable to a cyber attack. That’s the unfortunate reality of the times we live in. Think you’re immune? There are millions of cyberattacks in the United States every year, with big companies like Home Depot, Adobe Systems, Sony, Citigroup, Target, Facebook, Evernote and […] Read More

Free Portable Amusements – Is It a Help or Bane?

Do you invest your free energy playing amusements on your cell phone? Have you downloaded diversions in your telephone? There are constantly two appearances for a coin. Versatile amusements are those that are played in your included or cell phones. Beginning with the essential snake amusements, these have advanced to be better with more sensible […] Read More

Android Games – Tips to Bamboozle It

Do you wish to kill your spare time when the main organization you have is your Android telephone? Did you realize that Android recreations are the most intriguing and sensational stuff to pack your telephone with? Experience this article to find out about these amusements and their fun elements. Android amusements are expanded into numerous […] Read More

Read Through A few Computer game Audits To Pick The Best One

It is safe to say that you fear getting your child into the wrong impact of computer games? It is safe to say that you are considering purchasing another diversion and would prefer not to squander your opportunity and cash on the wrong one? Computer game audits will assist you with understanding the upsides and […] Read More

Online Game

Online Game

Online Game Nowadays, it is easier for small gaming studios or individuals to compete with big established firms. The biggest gaming companies spend millions developing their latest offerings and lots more money promoting them. Can you compete? Yes, you can. A recent college grad we hired had just launched her own game, and was getting […] Read More

video games should be considered – business plan

Supreme Court ruled last June that video games should be considered an art form, as deserving of First Amendment safeguards as “the protected books, plays and movies that preceded them.” Chris Melissinos reached that opinion some   The game’s hand-drawn animation and two-word typed commands seem crude now, but “I remember thinking, ‘Oh my goodness, […] Read More

media get it so wrong – business plan

media get it so wrong – business plan

Here is a good way to tell if a critic is having a moment of madness: they will attempt to define art. The greatest philosophers in history have floundered on the question, many simply avoided it altogether preferring to grapple with more straightforward questions – like the nature of logic, or the existence of God. […] Read More

In August 1878,

In August 1878,

In August 1878, when the editors of the popular American magazine Appleton’s Journal first encountered Impressionism, their response was one of bafflement and affront. “What new dogma is this,” demanded one editorial, “that so long as colour is heaped on in a vigorous manner, a picture must be accepted as complete, however crude and raw […] Read More

How can video games be confused for reality

What is the immersive fallacy? How can video games be confused for reality when its players view them as escapism and freedom from reality? In their book Rules of Play, scholars Katie Salen Tekinbaş and Eric Zimmerman argue that there are significant flaws in our understanding of video games and what exactly constitutes immersion. The idea […] Read More

good for your brain

Robert Morris University Illinois freshmen, Sondra Burrows, practices playing the video game “League of Legends” with her collegiate teammates at their on-campus training facility in Chicago. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) Whether playing video games has negative effects is something that has been debated for 30 years, in much the same way that rock and roll, […] Read More

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