50 Memes That Make Fun Of The Idea That Video Games Cause Violence

Some myths have more lives than cats and Mario combined. That’s the way plenty of us feel whenever we see someone blaming video games for every new armed atrocity that shocks the world. Look, we get it, video games are an easy target. It’s far easier to blame them for somebody acting violently than it is to confront the tangled, messy, complex web of interrelated reasons that’s actually at fault. But it doesn’t mean that we should power down our critical thinking, just because we want easy answers. Donald Trump, the President of the United States, and other politicians recently used video games as a scapegoat to (at least in part) explain the recent shootings in El Paso and Dayton. …

My 23 Illustrations Show What Famous Characters Would Buy At The Supermarket

In our consumeristic society, I wondered what they could buy if they could do their shopping just like us in a supermarket… With all those mass market products within easy reach. Tell me what you buy and I will tell you who you are… #1 Deadpool And Unicorn Soft Toy 6 reply #3 Minions And Bananas 3 reply #5 Sadness And Tissues 8 reply #7 Popeye And Spinach 12 reply View More Replies… #9 Shaggy And Tape Rolls 14 reply View More Replies… #11 Chewbacca And Shampoo 1 reply View More Replies… #13 Ryuk And Apples #14 Rick And Pickles 7 reply View More Replies… #16 Baymax And Scotch Tape 13 reply #18 Bob Parr And Cookies 3 reply #20 …

Google Stadia Lands This YearIf You’re Willing to Pony Up

Streaming high-quality video to your laptop or television has been a given for more than a decade now. Streaming high-quality games the same way? Not so much. Yet, after numerous stalled efforts throughout the '00s, cloud gaming is poised for its highest-profile deployment yet, with Microsoft, Tencent, Electronic Arts, and others all working on their own platforms. Out of that increasingly crowded field, it seems all but certain that Google's forthcoming Stadia service will be the first to emerge. In a digital keynote this morning, Google's Phil Harrison and John Justice announced a slew of new details, from launch titles to pricing to (not-quite-exact) timing. The short version: Stadia will officially arrive in November. The slightly longer version: … if …