Republican Dan Patrick has called for federal action against the gaming industry.
Its latest update is eerily similar to the current anti-intellectual war against journalism.
Life is Strange 2 looks into the hellscape of 2018’s politics and finds something beautiful.
Gathering Storm, the latest expansion for Civ6 lets players weaponizing the end of the world.
A 9-year-old shot his sister in the back of the head.
A perfect response to the White House.
Did they forget about their own game?
Just one more distraction.
Rhode Island Rep. Nardolillo Misses the Point of the ESRB With His Proposed Extra Tax on M-Rated Games
State rep wants to impose extra tax for mature video games, but not firearms.
See if you can game the system to make a better world.
Could professional gaming be on its way to proper recognition as a legitimate sport? As far as I’m concerned, it’s gotta be represented in the Olympics or it doesn’t count.
Are you prepared to pay a little extra for games that are violent? I hope so, because that may very well become a reality.
It’s nice when experts tell us what we as gamers already know, instead of falling back on the usual scapegoat for violent behavior.
It really was only a matter of time that a legislator from Newtown would propose such a tax.
Apparently video games “affect people,” so they are worse than guns. Last time I checked, guns affect people as well.