Destiny Dips Toes into Competitive Gaming

he veracity of the source is uncertain, but there’s been increasing mutterings about the Nintendo NX’s hotly anticipated public reveal. Unlike Sony or Microsoft’s recent announcements, the NX isn’t intended to be an “upgrade” on the Wii U – it’ll

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Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association awards scholarships

Six college and university students received $2,000 scholarships from the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association’s John Marley Scholarship fund during the conference and trade show this summer in Tulsa. “We are unbelievably proud of these young people and wish them the

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Revitalizing A.C. requires gaming expansion

I write this not as a casino operator, but as someone who loves harness racing and has dedicated a substantial portion of his time and money to saving the industry. I write this because, as dedicated as I am to

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Old Gaming Cartridges And Marvel At Their Innovations

In the early days of gaming consoles, there weren’t too many questions asked. Kids patiently awaited the next day on the calendar that involved receiving presents and hoped that the release of the newest system or gamewould coincide with that

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Pediatric Health: Video Games Linked to Improved Motor Skill Learning

The study, published in the journal Annals of Neurology, suggests that playing every week could provide benefits to children, including better motor skills and higher school achievements grade. “Children traditionally acquire motor skills through action, for instance in relation to

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Nier: Automata gets February release date

February is turning into a loopy month for fans of JRPGs. Promising (and unluckily PS4-extraordinary) Soulslike Ni-Oh simply got a Feb release date, as did Nier: Automata, the interesting motion-RPG sequel from Platinum, Rectangular Enix, and the guy under that

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