Just a few minutes of playing a certain video game could help identify the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s in ways existing medical tests can’t, researchers have found.
More than 80 percent of teens play video games — and not just at home. The popularity of games is growing in the classroom, and a recent free expo showcased some of the most innovative options.
Gift-giving holidays are right around the corner and “Toy Guy” Chris Byrne offers up some tips for figuring out what your kids would enjoy opening the most.
According to the report, doctors and health care workers can now diagnose patients with such a condition.
“Kate’s Crusade” is a cancer-fighting video game that an 11-year-old’s oncologist is working to create in her honor.
A Maryland mother has been indicted on a charge of murdering her teenage son after an argument over his behavior while playing video games.
TT Games’ Lego titles are usually solid fun, but the sandbox open-world Lego Worlds is a bit of a disappointing addition to the roster.
A survey conducted by AARP and the Entertainment Software Association found that 41 million Americans over age 50 play video games on a regular basis.
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As video game makers unveil new and improved titles at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, some parents might be wondering how to navigate the increasingly complicated playing field.
A new study looks at whether children who play violent video games demonstrate more violent or aggressive behavior, longterm.
Video games can get intense, but it turns out the real competition may be between the companies who offer the apps that let you play on your phone.
The piles of computer games he\’d coveted has teenager were becoming a liability as an adult – so one gamer came up with a creative way to conceal his passion.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.