I have been consoled by the general consensus that scientists should stop researching video games.
Now the European Union has reached a conclusion that may make some of you reach for the person in the next cubicle and offer them inappropriate physical contact.
Video games are, according to the EU, good for kids.
The report boldly goes where perhaps no report has gone before: "Video games can stimulate learning of facts and skills such as strategic thinking, creativity, cooperation and innovative thinking, which are important skills in the information society."
The manifestly idiosyncratic authors of this report … Read more