These are lasy, simplistic shock adverts that tell a lie. The Gate agency and the three charities involved should be ashamed of themselves. All they are doing is exposing their uneducated prejudices. Everyone reading this knows just how much good video games do for children. And anyone who doesn’t should read some of the articles here on the subject.
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“New research conducted by games development industry body TIGA shows that the UK games development sector is a highly skilled and successful industry that exports games all over the world. […]
This article is not intended as a boast or for showing off. It is just an illustration of how much electronics has gone portable in recent years, what the utility […]
How about this for bad losers? Winners of games on Xbox Live are now having their internet connection hacked by the people they beat. DoS attacks are now a feature […]
***Contains bad language*** A brief history of one man’s gaming life from the early 90s to the present day. The first person to successfully list of all the game titles […]
You would expect a viral marketing company to be able to make a good viral to market themselves. Well here it is!
The above image was posted onto Facebook by someone called Richard Kirby who lives near Farnborough and who doesn’t know me and who has never met me. What he has […]