When the multiplayer role-playing game hit the market in 2010, it was a disaster, panned by critics and series fans alike. But developers retooled it and it found a committed audience.
Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg star in another timid, lifeless video game adaptation.
Some NFT assets held their value during January's crypto crash, but not the video game monsters in Axie Infinity.
The government appoints itself the nation's parent.
Ryan Reynolds stars as a video game character who discovers his whole life is a lie.
An attempt to reduce idle electricity consumption actually incentivizes selling more powerful equipment.
The last thing this game-inspired, meme-powered finance fight needs is federal meddling.
A week after being sued over his arbitrary COVID-19 policy, Gov. Charlie Baker says he will allow arcades to reopen.
A federal lawsuit argues that the distinction drawn by Massachusetts is unconstitutional.
An ambiguous presidential order affecting a Chinese company connected to several popular video games sows confusion.
Playing baseball in the uncanny valley
By kicking out critics on Twitch and Discord, is the military running afoul of the First Amendment?
It’s a new era of digital therapeutics—and a reminder of how burdensome the federal regulatory process is.
Link's adventure in a doomed world of masks and sorrows will resonate with gamers currently under coronavirus lockdown.
The World Health Organization Classified Video Game Addiction as a Disorder. Now It's Telling People to Play Video Games.
Global health group supports industry-supported initiative to promote gaming, educate players about COVID-19.
In fact, maybe the parents should play, too.
Plague Inc. simulates the spread of coronavirus.
Mayor Muriel Bowser: "Immediate action is necessary to regulate these electronic devices before they infiltrate the city."
Violent bigots were targeting Jews long before they could broadcast the carnage.
Will Smith fights his younger clone in this ambitious but underwhelming action thriller.
Parents in Canada seek damages and refunds for their children's in-game purchases.
Curt Schilling Blew $75 Million in Public Funds Making Bad Video Games. Naturally, He Thinks He Should Be in Congress.
Schilling and Trump are alike in attacking immigrants for costing money, while seeking out business subsidies.
Store orders ban of violent displays, but is still selling guns and video games.
Deflections, generational conflict, and misleading data abound.
Studies show no connection between games and real-world aggression.
This guy wants to run the economy?
Senator proposes telling publishers what virtual products they can and cannot sell to children.
Nick Gillespie speaks with author Jordan Shapiro about his book The New Childhood
Assassin's Creed Unity included a surprisingly accurate digital replica of the famous cathedral.
Maybe people are just playing to escape all the Brexit news?
Pinball and Pac-Man: no longer illegal.