How To Get Free Video Games

There is no better price than free. No hidden costs, no fine print, no strings attached. But for the video game industry, which makes $138 billion per year globally, “free” is atypical. —February 12th,  2019 Yes, free video games are rare. Nonetheless, they exist! Some developers create video games as a hobby and release them as freeware. Other times, an

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10 Video Games That Deal With Mental Illness

It has been a long and painful road for the topic of mental health and for those who suffer with it, to get to where we are now: a place where depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, and more are openly being discussed. That being said, we wanted to share a really amazing article written by Will Harris. Read on! —February 6th,

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2019 Trends and Predictions in the Games Industry

The global video game industry went through some exciting developments. —January 16th, 2019 To start the year, we wanted to go over some of the most major on-going trends, and provide predictions on how they will continue to impact the gaming landscape in 2019. A Revolution in Game Streaming & Advertising Just recently, Google unveiled “Project Stream” and soon afterwards

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10 Video Games With the Greatest Music in 2018

Recognizing the best video game soundtracks of 2018. — January 11th,  2019 A game’s music is almost never at the forefront of the experience. The things that you notice first and foremost are things such as how it plays, how it looks, what kind of a story it tells. But a soundtrack is something that can single-handedly make or break

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Tetris: from video game to therapy

Exploring the latest scientific study that extols the mental-health benefits of clearing those digital lines — December 28th,  2018 In the 2011 documentary film Ecstasy of Order, the world’s best Tetris players go head to head, demonstrating their skills and declaring their devotion to the biggest-selling video game of all time. For former world champion Harry Hong, the connection is a profound one. “When I’m

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