Over the past decade, Video games have come to rely on violent and antisocial content with more realistic and often gruesome graphics and sound effects. Couple this with the global expansion in gaming and it's potential for destructive addiction, and the future of video games seems gloomy. Unfortunately, game companies have little incentive to change the kind of games they produce. They look to minimize risk by producing games that follow successful patterns of design. And as less attention is given to innovation, the evolution of games has slowed and even stagnated. In Reset, gaming journalist and best selling author Rusel DeMaria champions the evolution of a new perspective on games that would inspire designs that offer positive benefits to those who play them. DeMaria introduces readers to the basic concepts of two important topics: the nature of play and how people learn. He demonstrates how video games contain power to teach and engage at the same time. Through games,...

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