In this article, we explore the Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and its robust narrative foundation encompassing various psychological underpinnings regarding, not only characters but also the captivating storyline as a whole.Read More
In the complicated world of causal linkages, the latest research by York University claims that violent video games show no link to violent and aggressive behaviour of its players.
Part of Do a Barrel Roll’s Demystifying the Science of Health and Gaming Series.Read More
In his expansive look at inclusive video games, Ayden explores difference, culture, ethnicity, and sexuality in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
”Feelings are feelings, people are people, and love is love. This is the freedom Odyssey gives players; it gives players an example of what society looks like when people are not judged…”
In her article, Brigitte describes how after a loss in her family, games became a way to connect with her mother. “Go out and find someone whose life will be brighter with casual games and make that connection. You’ll both be better off for it.”Read More
Gamers, developers and fans gather to discuss inclusivity in the gaming industry to deliver great games with accurate representations of the queer community without falling into stereotypes.Read More
Esports continued to gain considerable traction as a professionalised, institutionalised and accepted sports community. But is it enough to enter into the world’s most prestigious sporting event - the Olympic Games? Anthony Israelstam writes on progress made and challenges faces for eSports and the quest for Olympic gold.Read More
Esports, the growing business of gaming aims to compete with even the most famous of sports leagues. Tournaments, million-dollar prizes, huge fan bases and sponsorships are behind this rapidly growing money-making machine.Read More
While news and research continue to warn of the ill effects of engaging with VR/AR, there's a growing medical, academic, and gaming community that recognizes its benefit to human health and well-being. Here’s why AR/VR can be good for your health!Read More
Although the WHO decision to declare gaming disorder a disease has been catalogued as premature by various researchers, specialists explain pros, cons and what differences it will make.Read More