Friday, May 25, 2007

Video Games - Educational Vale

Understanding Video Game Players * News Summary

Game players are more rooted in reality than film viewers, says a new report. The project supports a virtually unanimous opinion among gamers that play does not need lead to real life violence.The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has released, Video Games, a report intended to give insight to why people play video games and what impact they think playing games has on them. BBFC is an independent, non-governmental body which rates films, videos and video games. This qualitative research project involved video games players ranging from children as young as seven through players in their early 40s; parents of young games players; games industry representatives; and games reviewers.

Understanding Video Game Players | 21st Century Connections

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