Tag Archives: video games

Are Video Games Good for You?

With about 1.23 billion kids spending about at least a day on playing video games (on average) studies reveal that this may be after all a good thing. What annoys you more, people who keep tapping on their phones to blast those colorful beads or the ones who send you candy-crush requests? Are they so jobless? Maybe they are suffering ...

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How Video Games Can Help Improve Important Mental Skills

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Gone are the days when blocks falling from the sky to build a column was considered an interesting way to pass time. Young adults these days refuse to devote their time to activities as dull as that. The Video Games industry today makes more money in a year than Hollywood. What is the reason behind this? Video games today are ...

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Bookworms Everywhere Weep For The Current Generation

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According to a recent Nielson Books study, electronics are beating out books in terms of what keeps our current generation busy, and this makes us sad. According to the Nielson Books study, children ages 0 - 17 years (we're not so sure about the 0) have an 8% increase in the amount of time they dedicate to electronic activities as opposed to reading.

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Score One For Starcraft 2!

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Starcraft players rejoice because according to a study by Red Bull’s gaming arm, playing Starcraft 2 might just make you smarter. The Redbull study found that cognitive flexibility is something that can be trained through studying gamers in a controlled environment.

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4 of the First Video Games Released

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If you are of a younger generation then you likely don't have experience with any of the first video games released. Here at GearFuse though, we feel it's our responsibility to teach you about where your games today come from. So let's take a look at 4 of the very first games to get released.

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