Recently, the old “video games cause violence” argument has been trotted out in the wake of another mass shooting. I point out why this argument’s false.
Video games topped $43 billion in US sales in 2018. That’s more than many other forms of media, including books, music, movies, and comics.
Microsoft announced some new Xbox product details during (and before) this week’s 2019 E3, including the next Xbox due out in late 2020.
Microsoft’s released the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, a Blu-Ray drive-less version of their traditional One S. But is it worth the $50 price difference?
Nashville Predators player PK Subban will appear on the cover of EA Sports’ “NHL 19,” as the second-ever Black player to appear on an NHL video game cover.
In 2015, comics finally hit the $1 billion sales mark, a sign that comic sales are growing. But how do they compare to sales of other forms of media? I compare the various sales figures below.
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