Researchers from UNSW Sydney help us understand why the genre is so popular.
Auto related crimes have increased 20 per cent in Melbourne over the last five years, but blaming the rise on video games ignores the real problem, writes Michael Kasumovic.
Women endure three times the negativity when playing online games compared to men. Is it misogyny? Or a form of bullying, motivated by the search for and maintenance of status, ask Michael Kasumovic and Jeff Kuznekoff.
The motivation to play violent video games is closely connected to people’s desire for sex, write Michael Kasumovic and Tom Denson.
If we want a well-informed and science-literate public, then it is important that science is communicated effectively by those who excel at it, writes Michael Kasumovic.
One narrowly defined study isn’t enough to prove that people who play video games are less sexist, writes Michael Kasumovic.
A disturbing modification involving sexual assault in Grand Theft Auto 5 is swaying opinions on the influence of gaming, write Michael Kasumovic and Rob Brooks.
The new sporting pursuit of choice may soon be professional electronic gaming, writes Michael Kasumovic.
Technology that allows people to don the skin of a dark-skinned avatar could significantly decrease an individual's racial biases, writes Michael Kasumovic.