An anti-graffiti organisation take the refusal of classification for Marc Ecko's Getting Up as a victory.
The French put down their snails and horsemeat to finally give some interactive artisans the recognition they deserve. In the form of a medal.
I love stories like this- things that show gaming's positive effect on the world- the sort of stories you don't get on the mainstream news outlets, simply by virtue of the fact that they're positive.
This followed on from somebody else's story, as the ASA coincidentally served a flurry of negative judgements on videogame adverts.
A story about the increase in the Japanese elderly picking up games consoles.
Turbulent times for the UK games ads industry peaked with Sony's handheld print campaign.
A terribly-written piece about the concept of "Public Service Gaming", a cause I personally back, but sadly not one I can discuss coherently, it seems.
Post-Manhunt Fiasco fallout as a certain MP incurs the wrath of the British games industry
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