The saga of Teen Girl Selfie Simulator came to a close this week, and it’s been quite a trip. My heart still aches thinking about it all—I’m so attached to the characters! But boy, did some parts of the fifth episode of Life is Strange feel kind of phoned in.
Bread is lovely. It's soft, quiet and largely immobile. Teenagers, on the other hand, are packed with sturdy bones, boisterous and don't stay in any one spot for too long. They're pretty much the opposite of bread, and so they're not very good at playing I Am Bread.
A couple of weeks ago, I called up my 15-year-old sister. I wanted to ask her about a certain celebrity.
"They appear to have crossed the line from virtual reality to reality," said Police Chief Lou Pachec of the two teens who allegedly threw Molotov cocktails at an apartment building in Raynham, Massachusetts over the weekend.
A group of adolescents interred at an internet addiction boot camp rose up against their oppressors last week, restraining their supervisor and fleeing the facility to taste sweet, sweet freedom. At least until their parents sent them back.
A new poll by the Pew Research Center - you should know them, they're like the NPR of polls and stuff - finds that 80 percent of American kids between ages 12 and 17 have a game console, and more than half have a handheld.
An Italian man giving video game advice to his son Sunday evening was repaid with a 15-inch kitchen knife to the neck.