I hope you’re in the mood for another feel-good story about how games make the world a better place. BBC News reported yesterday about a recent study conducted by a McGill University team, where they found that playing the mega-classic block-matching game can help strengthen weak …
Regardless what the ex-lawyer Jack Thompson, random moms with opinions, and people who suck at Doom say, videogames do not cause youth violence. The ESA has backed up this already-obvious statement with a pair of studies.
Anyone who plays online games know that PvP communities are among the worst communities on the internet. Everyone is angry, whiny, and incredibly aggressive. They are also easy to bait, and trolls have a field day upsetting them to the point they smash their monitor.
A recent study by the good people at Contiental Tires has concluded that players of racing games are more likely to take risks, run red lights, and be stopped by police than non-gamers (which I guess means they are bad at Need For Speed games)