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  • Why Do Video Games Cause Addiction?

    year (Gartner). According to Gartner video game console hardware and software, online, mobile and PC games, reach $79 billion in 2012, and $93 billion in 2013, and the market is forecast to reach $111 billion by 2015. Although it may be beneficial to companies, since they are making money and getting rich, it also causes a negative impact on the society such as students from all ages. Students should stop playing video games because due to the effect that video games cause addiction, it…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Fellowship Of The Game

    The Fellowship of the Game My inner life has always been filled with fantasy. My obsession with what could be; what might exist beyond the finite realm of perceived reality was first sparked when my father began reading Tolkien to me at bedtime. Many authors followed, and their visionary imaginations guided me to conceive of worlds beyond the scope of what was, to -what might be. Passive diversions, like reading books, and watching television allowed me to experience a reality…

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  • Essay On Violent Video Games

    Violent video games have been entertaining children and adults of all ages for some time now. These violent games have been taking over the video game industry by storm. You rarely see any of the classics such as “Super Mario”, or “Sonic the Hedgehog” in stores. That’s because most of the customers are going for the cooler and more violent video games, such as “Call of Duty”, or “Mortal Kombat”. Which some parents and other adults are not liking the idea of their children playing this type of…

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  • Nintendo Koppai: A Very Brief History Of Nintendo

    a large impact on our culture. In the early 1970s the company became interested in video games. In 1975 they released their first game, called EVR Race, and Shortly afterwards…

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  • Ethical Issues In Video Games

    across the world play videogames as a pastime. However, the international success of video gaming, paired with the rise of global connectivity via the Internet, means that many ethical issues can arise. Video games have existed since the 1950s, but their popularity first boomed in the 70s. A company named Atari dominated the industry, until various high budget games caused them to go bankrupt, and gave video games a bad name in the western world. In the 80s, Nintendo, a Japanese company,…

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  • Donkey Kong Case Study

    7. Donkey Kong Donkey Kong was a successful Arcade game of a small Japanese manufacturer, Nintendo. The game saw the first appearance of Mario. In the game Mario had to jump the construction sites to protect his girlfriend from Donkey Kong. Atari turned down the offer from Nintendo to license Donkey Kong as they thought the asking price was too high. At that time Atari had an 88% profit margin on the cartridges Atari was making and Nintendo was asking for $2 per cartridge. Nintendo later sold…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Video Game Addiction

    having video games (Addictions.com/video-games), it is not surprising that video game addiction runs rampant throughout children and even some adults. From wanting to play it as much as possible to playing it all the time, there is no easy way around it. Though it is not like a drug addiction, it can have major health, financial, and general life risks. This is why prevention should be important; if it is not stopped now, it will only get worse when more games are created in the future. Video…

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  • Essay On Video Game Violence

    are many ways to entertain oneself through modern media. All of these mediums have a varying level of interactivity in them and the most interactive can be seen as video games. This interactive study is based on the notion that violence in video games is the cause of violence in the real world due to the interactive nature of video games. I find this topic significant due to many other outlets of media either condemning violence in gamings or using violence in gaming as a scapegoat as the cause…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Esports Vs Sports

    professional video gamers.” (Li) If the first thought that popped into your mind was a sports player, you were half right. If you guessed “eSports player”, you were definitely correct. “eSports” is an invented term that means “electronic gaming”; in simpler terms, it refers to competitive gaming. Hardcore sports fans who enjoy basketball, football, and etc. would disagree on considering eSports to be a sport. To be a sport, it must have engagement, structure, and training.…

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  • Razer Incorporate Marketing Strategy

    In every year, the new released games are keep continually raise on the bar of fun. That’s why the people in the Razer need to keep evolving the product no matter in software or in the hardware, with this the organization are always keep ahead and develop the best in class gaming product that can able to let the gamer have the most fun and greatest experience with their favourite game. Besides, the employee who work with Razer will need to have a strong determination…

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