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Trump turns spotlight on violent video games in wake of Parkland shootings
President Donald Trump is set to meet with representatives from the video game industry at the White House Thursday after the president pointed to violent games as a contributing factor to school violence in the wake of the Parkland, Fla. high school shooting. Since the shooting, the president has
What It Feels Like to Be a Gamergate Target
In an effort to reprogram the video gaming industry, many outspoken critics have faced horrifying backlash and threats.
When Jumping into Gamergate Turns into Fearing For Your Life
For Anita Sarkeesian, having armed escorts at her speaking engagements is her new normal. So too is being barraged with online hate in the form of bomb threats, rape threats and even death threats. She even had to cancel a speaking engagement at Utah State University once because there were threats
Grand Theft Auto Online Launches With Some Glitches
Grand Theft Auto V, the newest installment in the popular video game series, sold $800 million worth of copies in a single day . But that popularity may also be contributing to bottlenecks in the game's much-anticipated online mode, Grand Theft Auto Online, which developer Rockstar Games unveiled
Grand Theft Auto V Making Shareholders, Creators Rich
Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) sales are racing away like a carjacker. This latest iteration of the violent videogame, which retails for about $55, had sales of $800 million on Wednesday, its first day out, hijacking the previous record for first-day sales set by Grand Theft Auto IV ($310 million).
What The Latest Game in the Grand Theft Auto Series Does Differently
Grand Theft Auto V, one of the year's most eagerly awaited video games, released today for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. A GameStop spokesperson told ABC News that more than 4,000 of its stores had midnight releases, with 1,500 of them going so far as to have a midnight launch party with prizes and
'L.A. Noire' changes the face of gaming
A lone police car patrols the inky L.A. night. The camera zooms in on the side of the car and tilts up to the driver's face — a face that could change the look of video games forever. The face is that of Detective Cole Phelps, the main character in the new game L.A. Noire. And the face looks,
Anticipation runs high for Rockstar Games' 'L.A. Noire'
Rockstar Games is jumping genres again. The company that built its reputation around Grand Theft Auto's gangsters earned a new set of spurs last year with the Old West adventure Red Dead Redemption. Having won several awards already, the game is also the winner of the first Game Hunters Game of the
2011 could be the year of the sequel in video games
Batman leads a league of sequels headed for video games this year. The Caped Crusader's Batman: Arkham City, due this fall for PS3, Xbox 360 and PCs, joins follow-ups in the Zelda, Gears of War and Mass Effect franchises. "2011 looks huge for new releases, maybe even fuller than 2010," says Leigh
Transcript: U2 Dishes to Chris Cuomo
"Good Morning America" news anchor Chris Cuomo sat down with the international superstar band members of U2. Read the transcript of the interview below. This transcript has been edited for clarity. Chris Cuomo and U2 CHRIS CUOMO: So last night. Here we are in Chicago. And it is amazing how U2