“I’m not in this for personal gain,” she says. “I play games. I play video games. I want to see the right things done.”
“Michael, quit this game," he told me. "It's awesome, but it can also take over your life.”
Gamergate is not about video games. It's a proxy war for far bigger cultural battles over inclusion and diversity.
It's already possible to virtually "travel" with Oculus Rift. What's next?
The gamer's wildly popular YouTube channel has 30 million subscribers. Going forward, it will be comment-free.
I was determined to “get” why everyone from my little brother to Jeff Bezos considers this site the future of media.
To borrow a very well-worn cliche, playing the same game and expecting different results is straight-up insanity.
Google deleted a series of Gaza games from its app store this week. But combat games can sometimes be a force for good.
It's more about the game than the star, apparently.
Now the nerds can at last be jocks, too.