One reason myths shape public perceptions is because few universities have seen computer games as worthy of serious academic study.
We heard it all, “you’re old and you’re still playing games? Such immaturity.” Are gamers really immature? Are games only for kids?
US judge ruled that banning video games is unconstitutional. No evidence linking aggressive behavior with violent video games.
“Soon we will be producing adults who are war-freak and utak-pulbura,” said a representative. The latest attempt to control the gaming industry.
Gaming tends to be regarded as a harmless diversion at best, a vile corruptor of youth at worst. But the usual critiques fail to recognize its potential for experiential learning.
I’m not surprised but it is very interesting to see and to know that the executive circles are jumping in the bandwagon.