Pokémon: Twitch plays Pokémon

The Voices Finally Stopped

In the early hours of March Twitch Plays Pokemon came to an end. View "The Most Incredible Fan Art from Twitch Plays Pokemon" and more funny posts on Dorkly

Statistics of Video Gamers

45 Intense Video Gamer Demographics

Video game titles that were usually found on arcade cabinets or cartridges in the 90's and earlier. Arcade games usually meant to bring kids in to spend money on a inevitably difficult games and stockpile change. Typefaces were usually deigned to reel them in too.

Evo Media Video Games Arcade Cabinet from Bespoke Arcades

Video game titles that were usually found on arcade cabinets or cartridges in the and earlier. Arcade games usually meant to bring kids in to spend money on a inevitably difficult games and stockpile change. Typefaces were usually deigned to reel the

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Although marketing overwhelmingly still targets young males, a new report suggests adult women are nearly half of all video game players. | CNN (article also talks about boys' club mentality and trolls)

Nearly half of all video-gamers are women

Although marketing overwhelmingly still targets young males, a new report suggests adult women are nearly half of all video game players.

Looks Like Video Game Weather

Play ALL the time

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a civil liberties advocacy group, says that requiring video games to carry a waring that they may cause violent behavior in players may harm freedom of speech. The EFF’s warning is in response to a bill, the “Violence in Video Games Labeling Act” (HR 4204), introduced this week by Reps. Joe Baca (D-CA) and Frank Wolf (R-VA), which seeks to make the inclusion of these “cigarette-style” warnings a requirement for nearly all video games.

Violence warnings on video games may harm free speech, says EFF

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a civil liberties advocacy group, says that requiring video games to carry a waring that they may cause violent behavior in players may harm freedom of speech. The EFF’s warning is in response to a bill, the “Violence in Video Games Labeling Act” (HR 4204), introduced this week by Reps. Joe Baca (D-CA) and Frank Wolf (R-VA), which seeks to make the inclusion of these “cigarette-style” warnings a requirement for nearly all video games.

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