It just isn’t an instant thing; friendships take a while to foster.
When exploring a new game (or any game)…the premise is that the rules almost always involve a give and take.
You’re probably all familiar with the typical first-person shooter games, but do you know about the rise in “Serious Games?”
How one man applied his “mad gaming skillz” to his daily existence, and you can too.
Sometimes, it takes an addicting game to make us realize how important our friends are to us.
Jonathan Harrison takes fatherhood and gaming seriously—and they’re not mutually exclusive.
See what some of our writers are saying on Twitter, and how you can follow them.
Be ready to have some stereotypes busted.
Sounds a little far-fetched, right? But Jane McGonigal believes that gaming can actually help us make a better world.
Alex Yarde has been a gamer his whole life, and now he loves sharing games like Skylanders with his kids.
This is a comment by The Blurpo on the post “Your Very Own Live 3D Virtual Girlfriend?”
These are two comments by Thomas and Heather N on the post “Video Game Critic Draws Hateful Misogynistic Abuse”.
Noah Brand applauds a thoughtful re-examination of gender roles in video games.
Jamie Reidy links to a story on the fight against sexism in the video gaming world.