A solitary, silent majority of teenage girls plays video games: often alone, rarely online. When teenage girls do venture online to play games—and a fair chunk of them do, quite regularly—they usually don’t speak.
Much as we'd all like to think this is true at face value, it isn't. It's a proto-meme, bubbling under the surface of the Internet for a few years. It popped up again this weekend. If you receive this message, you're being double-victimized.
EA Play adds life to The Sims 3 this spring with the Generations Expansion pack, letting players explore the stages of virtual life on a much deeper level than ever before.
For 30 years Chinatown Fair Video Arcade has stood at 8 Mott Street in New York City's Chinatown, entertaining gamers. Despite its age, it also stands as an environment for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) youth to just be themselves.
While average blog readership is packed with the sort of hyper intelligent teenagers that have to be portrayed by 30-year-olds in TV dramas, many of the world's teenagers are prone to doing stupid things for stupid reasons. New research explains why.
Remember Barrie, Ontario? It's the home of Brandon Crisp, who ran away after his console was confiscated, and was later found dead. It's also home to a teenager who ran away to meet his 42-year-old "soulmate" from World of Warcraft.