KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

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For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week.

“GameStop’s Challenge – Maintaining Investors and Consumers in an Increasingly Digital World”

As Steam, social online gaming, and other digital game download options have increased in popularity, investors are left with a pessimistic view of the future of game stores, including the game store giant GameStop.

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“The Present and Future of Gaming for Race and Gender”

Kotaku’s personal appeal article echoes many of my own fears about the present and future of gaming in regard to race and gender. Although the proud father who authored the article is genuinely excited for his young daughter to experience video games, he is nonetheless concerned about absence of positive Black protagonists and the “exoticized and fetishized” existence of female gamers.

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“The Next Gen PlayStation is Coming Next Year!”

For quite some time, gamers have speculated about next gen consoles and rumors have been flying. Nerds rejoice – finally, news about the upcoming PlayStation is here!

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“How Far is Too Far? – Lawsuit Okayed for NFL Player Likeness”

For some time now, a dispute has been debated over the likeness of NFL players in Madden NFL. What will be the outcome of this lawsuit?

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“Sex Offenders in New York Banned from Online Gaming”

Gamers regularly interact with strangers online, creating a portal for sexual predators to reach kids via Xboxes and PlayStations. Strides are being made to close these channels to registered sex offenders.

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