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Kids playing video games


August 19th, 2021

August for many signal vacation season or a new school season. Whether you are heading off on a trip, heading off to work, or heading off to school–the life lessons and information we experience in playing video games prepare us for the classroom of life. 

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minecraft video game food


July 1st, 2021

The Fourth of July and great video game food just go together. Whether you are grilling, playing video games, or watching fireworks with friends, weekend celebrations are even better if we eat the foods we love to make.

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Father’s Day & Video Game Dads

June 17th, 2021

As video games become a much more commonly shared pastime between multiple generations, engaging in a routine or ritual “gaming” session with parents is one of the best communal bonding opportunities. What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than by sitting down with our fatherly figures and playing video games with dad?

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A Salute to Memorial Day, and A “Hello” to Summer

May 26th, 2021

Memorial Day is much more than just a precursor to summer. The United States would not have its freedoms and liberties if it were not for the brave men and women who risked their lives for the current and future U.S. civilians. History.com writes about the history of Memorial Day in this article. Originally, Memorial Day was known as “Decoration Day ”, inspired and established by Northern Civil War Veteran, General John A. Logan.

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Mother's Day Generation Celebration

Celebrate Generations for Mother’s Day

May 6th, 2021

Video Game Generation Celebration for Mother’s Day! In this day and age, young adults and adults both can say that they “grew up playing video games”, or that video games were a major part of their childhood upbringing. As technology has progressed, become much more accessible and affordable, and video games are on a much wider range of technology platforms, video games are now passed on from parents to the next generation of gamers! For many of us, we can actually say, “thanks for the games mom!”

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Earth Day 2021 - Play, Protect, Preserve

Earth Day 2021 – Play, Protect, Preserve

April 21st, 2021

Earth Day is a great time to celebrate the beauty of the world around us and the importance of protecting our earth. Most of us have a favorite video game and in-game environment that we love to see each time we play. Video game art is a very specialized technique where environmental artists train for years to create the worlds we happily play in…

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Collectibles and Memorabilia We Love!

April 7th, 2021

Over the years, my closet has had several Marie Kondo-level makeovers. Every time I am able to return to my childhood home, I make sure to clean out my room and set aside all of the possessions that I no longer need or desire to hold onto. However, one array of items that will always remain is my collection of the famous…

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Video Games in the Classroom

Video Games in the Classroom = Engaged Learners!

March 19th, 2021

As a gamer, one thing that I appreciate in this day and age is that the stigma towards video games being a “mindless” pastime is quickly fading. Taking a broad look at video games, we can all agree that there are some games where critical thinking skills aren’t as necessary. However, the vast majority of video games are actually stimulating our brains in an edifying way. So much so that video games are rapidly making their way into the classroom for remote learners, and for those headed back to in person classrooms.

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Women in Video Games | International Women's Day

Women in Video Games | International Women’s Day

March 8th, 2021

“Do you really play video games?” is a question I’ve perpetually been asked by men and women both in my 18+ years of adamant video game-playing. It confuses me every time – what is it about me, a female, that makes it surprising that I play video games? Growing up and hearing this question constantly made me feel like what I was doing wasn’t “accepted” by most people. However, I knew that I loved playing video games, I knew that I loved the game characters, and that the games I enjoyed playing harmed no one. So, what’s the big deal then?

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STEM | Women in Tech and Video Games

STEM | Women in Tech and Video Games

March 3rd, 2021

Before we do a deep dive into this subject matter of STEM and women in tech, let’s first describe why STEM is so important as we celebrate International Women’s Day.  The vocation and curriculum of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) has garnered much attention. It was first introduced as an acronym by The National Science Foundation in 2001. For several reasons, STEM is a top tech topic (try saying that three times).

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RaVal as Lauren in Nancy Drew: Midnight in Salem


February 24th, 2021

In the history of video games, voice acting is one place where there has been progress in inclusion and authentic diversity, while we can do way more, the system has many outstanding strong Black voices that we can celebrate and should be aware of and highlight during this Black History Month, and all year round!

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Jerry Lawson: A pioneer in the gaming world


February 18th, 2021

As video game enthusiasts, there are experiences that we all love. There are memorable characters, new challenges and rewards, engaging stories, vibrant graphics, sounds that bring the game alive, and captivating worlds we are drawn into.

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HeR News Gaming Couples Brittany Cox and Ryan Ricks in Nancy Drew: Midnight in Salem


February 12th, 2021

It’s that time of year again – groceries and boutiques are stocked to the brim with oversized teddy bears, heart boxes filled with delicious chocolates, entire aisles are decorated with beautifully crafted cards for your special someone, and stunning flower bouquets that illuminate the entire store.

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