New research from academics argues that this year’s gaming disorder classification lacks context.
Gaming Study headlines
Another brain study regarding the all-important organ and videogames using an MRI has been done by the fine folks over at the University of Illinois. Instead of being used to“map the ethereal concept of attention” though, this study focused on predicting a gamer’s mad skillz.
An international study from Gamesindustry.com has found that MMOs account for 15 percent of gaming time in the US and Europe.This information was obtained through 13,000 survey participants ranging from age eight and above, which found that 14 percent of gaming in the US was MMO-centric. In the UK, the number was 8 percent, Belgium […]