Virtual and augmented reality are not just things of the imagination anymore. Neither is A.I. something that only a small percentage of the population will ever interact with. With everything that was all just a fantasy turning into reality, what does this mean for video games? Will VR and AR games become the mainstay? Is E-Sports going to become an Olympic sport? Will the future of education be in video games? Well, I have no clue. So, I went and found someone who did. Tune in to my conversation with CEO and Co-Creator of Crystalized Games, Stephen Kim as we discuss the future of video games, issues surrounding educational games, and E-Sports getting Olympic recognition.
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Education in Video Games: http://www.senecajournalism.ca/bringing-games-into-the-classroom/
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E-Sports A Growing Industry: http://www.senecajournalism.ca/esports-a-growing-industry/
E-Sports Narrative Vs Multiplayer http://www.senecajournalism.ca/multi-player-esports-vs-single-player-narrative-the-evolution-of-video-games/