What Video Games Can Teach You about About Success in Life

Video games aren’t just fun—they can be life-changing as well.

Breaking The Link

How the language of video games can be used to understand mental illness and find new strength in the (lifelong) struggle to recover.

End Game: Life in Simulation

When a video game mirrors the struggle of a young girl and her dying father, she thanks the creators in a beautiful, unexpected way.

Star Fox Zero Landed at WonderCon

Star Fox Zero brings the team together again to stop Andross’s new diabolical plans Nintendo has a good number of games that have been out since nearly the beginning. Some of these hits are Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid and Star Fox. The original game was a hit on Super Nintendo and when […]

Capes and Tiaras: What You’re Really Teaching Your Children with Gendered Toys & Stories

The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.

Disenchanted Millennial Man Dreaming of the ’90s

Was there ever a time before we were assimilated by virtual culture?

8 Tips for Dads on a Budget in a Tech-Obsessed World

Cosette Jarrett has some thoughts on the intersection of technology and a healthy world for your family.

Gaming: A Way to Solve Real-World Problems

You’re probably all familiar with the typical first-person shooter games, but do you know about the rise in “Serious Games?”

How Minecraft Could Help Teach Chemistry’s Building Blocks of Life

Minecraft can be more than just a video game. Here’s how.

A Dad’s Horror at Finding Out His Son Became a Borg

David Davis obviously never heard the Borg mantra “Resistance is futile.” So he is resisting and trying to free his son from the Borg that is technology. He wants you too as well, starting with wearing a gray ribbon

Superhero Simulator “MEGATON RAINFALL” packs a punch!

“Megaton Rainfall” by developer Alfonso del Cerro “first-person superhero game” blends the best of strategic defense and superhero mayhem!

‘Hyrule Warriors’ A Must Play for Zelda Fans

With tons of playable characters, different modes and a dark plot this is a must play for gamers of all ages The Legend of Zelda has always been a popular game series for Nintendo. It has been on all of their console systems and a few of the handheld ones. The plot is always pretty […]

‘SacAnime’ Had a Few Flaws but Overall Was a Blast

  A few unforeseen things happened this year but not enough to bring down this popular convention SacAnime has been an event is Sacramento, CA since 2004. It began as a small event in Sunrise Mall with a few guests where fans of Anime could come and hang out, get autographs and have fun. For […]

LoL and Varsity Video Gaming is Nothing to Laugh At

Robert Morris University Illinois offers competitive eSports scholarships to prospective students who excel at League of Legends. And the interest in gaming as a collegiate varsity sport is growing.

Why Are Most Violent People Male?

Andrew Smiler considers several reasons why violent people are more likely to be male than female.

5 Lessons in Fatherhood From the Video Game ‘Journey’

Jonathan Harrison takes fatherhood and gaming seriously—and they’re not mutually exclusive.