All Posts from January 17, 2013

Freedom of expression abandoned: how gamers are losing the violent game debate

by 2 years ago

    Well, here we are again. Another horrible, senseless tragedy has come to pass, and entertainment media - violent video games in particular - are under the spotlight as a possible …

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    EA, Sim City to host activities on importance of STEM fields in Washington D.C.

    by 2 years ago

    Sim City holds a very special place in my heart. I remember back in middle school, I had this technology fundamentals class; at least, that's what I think it was …

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    Some release dates are revealed and others slip as Nintendo reveals its titles for Q1 2013

    by 2 years ago

    Lego City: Undercover and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon round out a rather somewhat unimpressive list for Nintendo's first quarter prospects. Sure, there are some surprises, with Capcom releasing Monster Hunter …

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    Splinter Cell: Blacklist sneaks its way into stores August 20th, new trailer and screenshots

    by 2 years ago

    I'm still pretty sore about Ubisoft dropping Michael Ironside as the official gravelly voice of Same Fischer, but one thing is for sure: Splinter Cell: Blacklist is looking pretty nice. …

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    Army Of Two: The Devil’s Cartel fistbumps back into our lives with the Overkill trailer

    by 2 years ago

    The Army of Two series has always been about distilling every single 1980s action movie ever into a single video game, and Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is no …

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    President calls for research about possible gun violence and video games links

    by 2 years ago

      Discussion about the societal impact of violent media continues to make the news, with President Obama calling for research into the relation between gun violence and video games. It's a …

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