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  • Blog Post: The ESA Concludes Its Violent Video Game Discussion With VP Biden

    The Entertainment Software Association, along with other representatives from the video game industry , have emerged from today's discussion of video games and their relationship to gun violence with vice president Joe Biden. After the recent tragedy in Connecticut, president Barack Obama appointed... More
  • Blog Post: PAX Prime And The GameStop EXPO Both Begin This Week

    The Penny Arcade Expo and the formerly exclusive to employees GameStop EXPO both begin this week. PAX has always been open to the public, and this year is no different. The show begins this Friday, August 31, and ends on Sunday, September 2 in Seattle, Washington. We will be on the show floor writing... More
  • Blog Post: Half-Life 3 Protest Breaks Out At Valve

    Civil unrest has gripped the streets of Bellevue, Washington outside of Valve's headquarters…and by "civil unrest" we mean two dudes with cardboard signs and lawnchairs. These identified men set up camp outside of Valve's offices with cardboard signs reading "Canada 4 The... More
  • Blog Post: ESA Spent Over $1 Million In Lobbying In First Quarter Of 2011

    The Entertainment Software Association is still basking in the glow of its landmark victory over the state of California in the Supreme Court, but the industry organization has not let up in its efforts to lobby on behalf of video games in Washington. In a recently released filing with the Office of... More
  • Blog Post: Game School DigiPen Moves Into Huge New Facility

    While there are hundreds of game development education programs in the U.S., Redmond, Washington-based DigiPen Institute of Technology has established itself as one of the most respected since it was founded in 1988. Today, DigiPen celebrates the opening of its brand new, 100,000 square foot campus in... More
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