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Video Games In The Modern Classroom And Its Challenges

Video games can contribute to the educational pursuit of the digital age child. Play enables intellectual and social growth, but also provides opportunities for students to be themselves without the stigma of being called a “nerd” or “uncool.” We rarely hear a student say “I’m not very good at this game.” Typically, when someone struggles at the game, they want to get better. When infused with academics, the learner is getting the best of both worlds. The focal point of games-based learning is exploiting the educational potential of games to create new constructivist learning. Students do not learn as effectively in

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Five Things Professional Gamers Should Consider When Buying Gaming Laptop

Nowadays, digital gaming is becoming a prevalent factor for the younger generation of people, especially for gaming enthusiasts. It has helped to shape the gaming industry and the future of millions of people in this fast-paced gaming world. High-end gesture control, incredible graphics, and a flawless gaming experience are considered to be a win-win situation for professional gamers. Apart from that, high frame-rates, VR, and AR are also included to enhance gaming performance. This slew of innovations has definitely led to a high adrenaline rush during a deadly team match. But, the list of included and requisite features of a gaming

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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

If you glance at a screenshot of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, you would rightfully assume it to be a grid-based tactics game like XCOM. While this is an apt and welcome comparison, Mutant Year Zero works to evolve that genre in a pretty logical way: by adding stealth and real-time ambush mechanics to the strategy game formula.The combination of exploring open environments in real time with turn-based skirmishes makes combat move faster while not sacrificing the tension of other tactics games.WhileMutant Year Zeroshares a whole lot of DNA withXCOM, it's something all its own. The basics are the same:

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Kubifaktorium Review

Kubifaktorium is a game currently being developed by Mirko Studio, which is currently one man, Dr Mirko Seithe. It’s a 3D, voxel-based colony management and automation game in which the player is tasked with ensuring the survival of his colony by recruiting new colonists, producing resources and using complex machinery to automate these processes.So you are tasked to build, manage and grow a colony, once you are established you will need to discover new lands and later you will craft legendary weapons to defeat your enemies.There are currently two functional biomes but the game will feature many more and exploiting the

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We Happy Few - Lightbearer DLC Review

Reception to We Happy Few may have mixed upon release, but patched after launch, anyone that likes a good story would be wise to pick it up. But, we're not here to talk about the base game, we're here to talk about the DLC Lightbearer.A short story playable separately to We Happy Few‘s main campaign, Lightbearer places players in the shoes of Nick Lightbearer, Wellington Wells’ favourite rock star. Awakening from yet another night filled with sex, drugs and rock and roll, Nick is mortified when he finds some ominous lyrics scrawled on a piece of paper. Plus, he’s also covered