video games

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A video game developed by a Michigan State University assistant professor supports "eco-terrorism" by enabling players to zap imaginary oil pipelines with lightning bolts, an industry group said Wednesday, although the designer countered that it's not meant to incite violence.

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Televised sports come in all sorts of forms. This time of year, basketball dominates sports broadcasting, but there’s hockey, too, and spring training baseball is getting started. At the Big Ten Network, they’re adding something different to the lineup: League of Legends. Teams from conference schools are competing right now in the popular video game, and the championship will be televised at the end of March.


Current Sports | 5/13/16 | #701

May 13, 2016
Business Wire

Madden Covers, Friday the 13, Detroit Tigers, Bullpen Problems, Diamond Leung, Golden State Warriors, and Reflection Friday.


Video games offer learning opportunities in the classroom

Oct 21, 2014
O'Donnell at desk with computers
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If you’re a parent living in the 21st century, chances are you’ve had to tell your kids to turn off the video games and go outside to play. But video games aren’t just for recreation anymore. They’re also increasingly being used as learning tools in the classroom.