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RAGE Control video game was developed by the Boston Children’s hospital to help children control their anger
Kids generally have a short temper, especially when things don’t go their way. Luckily, the Boston Children’s Hospital has created a video game that will help them calm down and curb their anger.Read the rest of the article »
Electronic Arts' popular racing video game, Need for Speed The Movie is in the works
Electronic Arts’ popular racing video game, Need for Speed is finally becoming a movie. Electronic Arts is hiring the writer-producer John Gatins, who produced Real Steel, to develop a movie based on the game.
The game has been around since 1994 and has released 18 games. It is also the most successful game franchise in the world and its seems to be the inspiration behind the popular movie, The Fast and the Furious.
There is no specific date yet on when the movie production begins.View Article Source »
The year 2010 was a stellar year for the video game industry, but impressive as it may have been, there will always be the ones that made eyes roll and made players waste valuable time. Here are the top 10 of the worst games of the year.
It’s a wrap here at the video game industry as the best of the best for 2010 have been release, reviewed and revered by gamers and experts around the globe. Dozens of sites have already proclaimed their top 10 for 2010, and doing another list may be redundant and unnecessary. So instead, we will sing the hymns of praises to the WORST games, the rightfully unsung games that we wished we never wasted five minutes or more of our lives on.
View the list right after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Find out the best bang-for-the-buck graphic cards out in the market today to optimize your gaming experience!
It’s almost a wrap here in the video game industry as 2010 draws to a close. Most, if not all, of the anticipated games are out on the market, and if you’ve already brought your kids, your friends, or yourself World of Warcraft: Cataclysm or Call of Duty: Black Ops even before Santa arrived, then you’re probably wondering what you’ll get for that special someone who loves the art of gaming. Well, how about the gift of graphics? ATI and NVIDIA’s got you covered.
Find out the best bang-for-the-buck graphic cards available today to optimize your gaming experience!Read the rest of the article »
According to Jesse Divnich, an analyst of Electronics Entertainment Design and Research, part of the decline can be attributed to "Halo." The game is so popular that the rest of the industry is so afraid to go up against it.
According to market researcher, NPD Group, US retail sales on game hardware, software and accessories fell to eight percent or $1.2 billion in September. Game hardware sales stumbled to $383 million as fewer people buy Wii and PlayStation 3. However, XBox 360 sold more units than it did a year ago. Software sales also slacked down to $614 million. And though Microsoft’s Halo: Reach sold 3.3 million units, it is not enough to lift the category.
But NPD Analyst, Anita Frazier, pointed out that while retails sales are declining, digital and other out-of-the-box retail channel has a growing market. Simply put, more people are downloading games and buying extra content online. More over, game accessories are also having an up-tick, boosted by Sony’s new Move motion controller. The XBox Live point 1600 point card and the Network Card for PlayStation 3 are the best-selling accessories so far. Further more, GameStop Corp., the world’s largest video game retailer, got a 2.3 percent increase in shares.View Article Source »
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