ESA Praises President Obama's State of the Union Address
Does this mean that the video games industry supports CISPA?
Elderly People Playing 'Grand Theft Auto V'
Creative assassination in turn-based stealth game, Ronin
Ronin, a bloody action and stealth platformer from Tomasz Waclawek, is on its way to Steam for PC this year.
Democrats try to overturn state limits on municipal broadband
Bill would nullify state laws that protect Internet providers from competition.
BAFTA Opens 2015 Young Game Designers Competition
The competition is for 10 – 18-year-olds who have ideas for games.
The emotional tuning of This War of Mine
"Games are not only for fun," says Michal Drozdowski, design director of This War of Mine developer 11 Bit studio.
Wired's exclusive hands-on with Microsoft’s holographic goggles.
No One Left Behind unites game development and education
New initiative will let students create and program games exploring curriculum subjects.
Video: Hatred, and why it wanted that 'Adults Only' rating
AO, listen what I say oh.
Dragon Age: Inquisition recognized with GLAAD Media Award for its LGBT characters
BioWare will soon have one more accolade to add to its mantelpiece...
Help Us Save Net Neutrality!
A recent proposal by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler would allow ISPs to charge content providers extra money for faster access to its customers. The proposal goes against everything that the Open Internet Order stands for. Wheeler believes that this is the solution to the FCC's loss in the D.C. Appeals Court to Verizon, but everyone who knows anything about Net Neutrality will tell you this is a huge step in the wrong direction. So what can all of us do about? We can use the tools provided by the ECA to let the FCC and lawmakers in D.C. know that we want them to halt the murder of net neutrality. You can get started at action.theeca.com right now!
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