Mattel recently released a Game Developer Barbie in efforts to break gender stereotypes in the STEM industry; but one thing the toy company failed to do was feature the doll in different ethnicities. The only available option was a White doll with red hair. After noticing this while picking up a doll for his wife who is a Black game developer, Marcus Montgomery was prompted to come up with a solution of his own.

Parents,  there’s a new game in town that you might want to make sure doesn’t show up in your home or on your kid’s game consoles. According to, it’s called “Lucius” and it allows the player to play the role of the main character, a young boy who finds out on his 6th birthday that […]

via: Wow, imagine MJ and Magic going up against Kobe and LeBron. Whooo weee! That would be a sight to see. Well, let’s face it, in real life that ain’t gonna happen. But in the world of video games, it’s gonna be on and poppin’! Read more at

Sometimes having common interests with your kids is a good way to help connect with them, but is playing video games a good activity? Take…

  via:christianpost   The console battle is heating up with new reports surrounding the Wii U and the Xbox 720 release dates coming soon after one another. Rumors point to the Wii U having a November release date, where as the Xbox 720 is likely to drop some time in 2013. Analysts have pointed to […]


  via:eurweb The writing on the wall began last year, when Electronic Arts made Tiger Woods share the cover of his bestselling video game with another golfer (Northern Irish rookie Rory McIlroy) for the first time ever – in the wake of his sex scandal. This year, following the controversy away from the green and […]

            Douglas A. McIntyre and Charles Stockdale via:yahoofinance Global smartphone sales rose by nearly 100% in the third quarter of 2010 compared with the same period last year. That allowed Apple and Research In Motion to pick up market share while large handset companies like Nokia, Samsung and LG, which […]

If you're looking to get the most value for your dollar, it would do your wallet good to check out secondhand options. Many used goods still have plenty of life left in them even years after the original purchase, and they're usually resold at a fraction of the retail price, to boot. Here's a list of 21 things that make for a better deal when you buy them used.