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Balancing life and video games as an adult: Some time management tips

One of the worst things about growing up is that you never seem to have any time left over for yourself. Sure, you may still watch a bunch of television shows and go to concerts, but video games? Video games could be kicked to the curb. In an attempt to convince more people to at least try to make gaming more a part of their life, here are some tips for time management that will help them do so.

Epic Games hacked, forums compromised

Epic Games hacked, forums compromised

The creators of Unreal Engine are the latest victims of internet hackers according to an email sent to their forum users yesterday. According to Epic, registration information including usernames, passwords, email addresses and dates of birth may have been obtained…

Choosing the Best Wireless Gaming Headset: From Logitech, to Astro, Steelseries and beyond

The magnitude of gaming headsets out there is bewildering. If you're in the market for a wireless headset though, the dizzying array of options dwindles to fewer than a dozen choices. I decided to chronicle my hunt for the perfect wireless gaming headset. We review the Logitech G930, Corsair H2100, Astro A50 Gen2, SteelSeries H, Turtle Beach i60 and Z300.

Console gaming then and now: A fascinating 1997 interview with Nintendo's legendary Gunpei Yokoi

Console gaming then and now: A fascinating 1997 interview with Nintendo's legendary Gunpei Yokoi

Gunpei Yokoi was a Japanese video game designer, a long-time Nintendo employee, best known as creator of the Game Boy and inventor of the modern-day D-pad, a design that nearly all video game controllers use today. Also for his contributions to critically acclaimed video game franchises Donkey Kong, Mario Bros. and Metroid.

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