That’s why we’re asking everyone to join us and help spread the word. When people ask you why you’ve become a part of the Game Generation, and what it stands for, you can tell them that you belong to a group that spans across different decades, different income levels, different parts of the country, people with all different types of strengths and talents, challenges and disabilities alike.
The power of play. In today’s society, there’s never been a more important time to de-stress, unwind, and let go. While we’re having fun, we’re also learning teamwork, problem-solving and life skills, too.
The power of community. Video games provide a sense of community, bringing people together from all walks of life.
The power of inclusivity. Video games are a great equalizer because there is a game for everyone and everyone can play. It is not about who you are but how you play.
The power of inspiration. The joy of playing video games unlocks our imaginations and challenges our perceptions of what’s possible.
The United Nations is considering how it can work with the video game industry to educate young people on climate change. A new UN paper published earlier this year explores how games could influence the behavior of young people on the environment.1