GONE ARE THE days of the parent-child barter trade: “Score Straight As in your exams, and you’ll get that Gameboy Yellow you wanted.” Today, this coveted prize has been replaced by either a Nintendo Switch, a gaming laptop or the latest PlayStation. Clearly, the video game industry has progressed by leaps and bounds.
The Discovery Tour feature of Assassin’s Creed: Origins was the result of teachers reaching out to Ubisoft on how they’d use the game as a tool for teaching history.
In 2019 Malaysia’s 20.1 million gamers spent an estimated US$673mil on video games alone, making the country one of the ...
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