Entries in 'study' (20)
A new survey by Harris Interactive reveals that nearly three out of five adult Americans believe that playing violent games can lead to violent behavior in teens.
Results from an Ohio University study reveal females are much more likely to deal with negative, aggressive chatter than their male counterparts.
Research from Flinders University in Australia have linked late-night game-playing to disturbed sleep.
The Professor behind the study that led to Metro’s sensational “Xbox paedophile predators” last week has stated that the paper misinterpreted its findings.
Today’s copy of UK newspaper The Independent carries word of new research that suggests an addiction to the internet and online gaming could actually alter the brain.
The man behind the report that formed the basis of Metro’s absurd anti-gaming story this morning has slammed the paper’s reporting of it.
“Hardcore gamers become so immersed in virtual worlds that they turn to imaginary consoles to ‘zoom in’ to people in crowds or to pick things up from the floor.”
It’s only a few weeks now until Gears of War 3 is released. Over the three years since the previous game in the series, the term 'Added Value' is the tag ...
Playing video games late at night is one of the main factors of sleeplessness, according to a US study.
"Brand new video games can lose as much value in percentage terms in just three days as a car would over three years" - that's the eye-catching introduction to a ...
A new report has emerged which challenges the belief that the need to wear glasses to watch 3D content is a barrier to entry, particularly in the games market.
Children who spend two hours or more every day either playing video games or watching TV are at a greater risk of suffering psychological problems, a new British study has ...
A new report from Forecasting & Analyzing Digital Entertainment has estimated that Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade service has to date in 2010 made something in the region of $46.1m, a ...
A new report entitled Stereoscopic 3D Gaming has predicted that over 40m 3D-capable displays will be installed in households around the world by 2014.
In a rare bit of positive health press for the games industry, a new study in the US has claimed that playing games can help to improve an adult’s ‘contrast ...