Blog by Virtue Gaming
Gaming has had a bad rep over the years. Video games have always been seen as time-wasters, distractions and toys. However, gamers have proven that video games are not the mind-rotting creations they’re made out to be. In light of several social and health benefits from gaming, society is only now appreciating the potential of gaming. Here are five such benefits that may surprise you.
In the past few years, 'global sustainability' has been a buzzword along with 'carbon footprint' and 'climate change'. World leaders, independent organisations and even individuals have taken drastic measures in attempts to spread awareness about the importance of conservation and mitigating some of the global problems.
For a number of years now, an increase in physical violence has often been associated with acts of aggression shown in video games. But is there really a connection between the actions made in video games and those made in real life?
The life of all animal and plant species form an important part of the ecosystem and food chain that we rely on as human beings. Therefore, saving the endangered species is not only for their good but also for our wellbeing and survival. Here are some of the simple measures you can use to save endangered species:
In an age where technology appears to be more important than ever, we seem to be bombarded with messages about how we should spend less time on our phones. We are made to believe that our phones are a distraction, but who’s to say that this is entirely negative?
It is no doubt that humanity, animals, and plants cannot exist in isolation with the environment, and a clean one for that matter. It is therefore quite unfortunate that humans are at the forefront of destroying the environment by taking part in activities that lead to its degradation, such as deforestation.
According to the latest figures released by App Annie to coincide with the E3 conference, mobile gaming is continuing its rise, and is quickly establishing itself as the gaming option of choice for millions of people around the globe.
Everyone who is even slightly aware of the problems facing our planet from the depletion of natural resources to plastic pollution is probably well used to the routine of recycling paper, card, plastic and glass.