Monthly Archives: March 2017

April Fools’ Day 2017 Video Game Joke Roundup

April Fools’ Day has arrived a bit early this year, with a few of the video game industry’s creations coming out a day ahead of time. It can be hard … Continue reading

10 Best Baseball Video Games Of All Time

Midway Games It’s that time of year again, Spring is upon us and baseball is rearing its head. After what many consider one of the best World Series in years, … Continue reading

WHO Seeks to Classify ‘Gaming Disorder’ as a Mental Illness, Claims ‘Enormous’ Stakeholder Pressure

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Multiple experts are calling into question the validity of the World Health Organization’s proposed revisions classifying gaming behaviors as a mental disorder. The International Classification of … Continue reading

Major Players and Trends to Watch in the World of Video Games …

A full transcript follows the video. This video was recorded on March 23, 2017. Vincent Shen: Welcome to Industry Focus, the podcast that dives into a different sector of the … Continue reading

Diego Maradona sues over a video game

Diego Maradona says he’s suing Pro Evolution Soccer video game developer Konami. The world-renowned footballer is angry they have used his likeness without his permission. On his Facebook page he … Continue reading

A scholarship to play video games? It starts this fall at Illinois College – The State Journal

John Reynolds Staff Writer @JohnReynoldsSJR JACKSONVILLE – When it comes to college sports scholarships, most people think of traditional sports such as football, basketball or softball. Some schools, however, have … Continue reading

Video Games Cause Fascism Has Become the Hottest New Meme

We’ve all heard the popular memes, video cause violence, video games cause sexism, or even video games cause autism. But that’s not all. Now, there’s a new heinous societal ill we … Continue reading

Video Games Without the Players

Artificial intelligence has come a long way in the 20 years since International Business Machines Corp.’s Deep Blue beat world champion Garry Kasparov in a six-game chess match, or even … Continue reading

Illinois College to offer video-gaming scholarships – The State Journal

John Reynolds Staff Writer @JohnReynoldsSJR JACKSONVILLE – When it comes to college sports scholarships, most people think of traditional sports such as football, basketball or softball. Some schools, however, have … Continue reading

Video games linked to sexist attitudes in teenagers

In the study 13,520 adolescents aged 11-19 were questioned on video game habit To measure sexism, asked teens if they agreed or disagreed with statements Teens who played games with … Continue reading