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Daddy-Daughter gaming a win for self-esteem

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If you’re looking for a way to connect with your teenage daughters, try picking up your controller. Researchers from Brigham Young University’s School of Family Life found that girls that share screen time with their fathers have higher self esteem as well as lower levels of depression, anxiety, and aggressive behavior.

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Metroid: Other M

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My first video game system was a gray brick called the Gameboy. One of my first games was Metroid II: Return of Samus. I never beat the game nor did I ever figure out what it was about. Until now.

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The Winners And Losers of E3 2010

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E3 2010 has come and gone quicker than you can say Portal 2, but now is the time to take a look back and uncover the winners and losers of the three-day gamers’ paradise.

No hard feelings, Mr. Gates.

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Five Awesome Game Trailers Debuted At E3 2010

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The most exciting reveals of E3 2010 have come and gone with Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony each having their share of the stage for two-hour press conferences. Motion-controlled gaming accessories and 3D technology dominated most of the storylines over the opening day of the expo, but in the end, we know it’s still all about the games.

Here are our five favorite new game trailers seen at E3:

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E3 Day One Reactions: Nintendo Brings Back Old Favorites

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Nintendo kicked off day one of E3 2010 with a two-hour presentation that was bookmarked on both ends with huge announcements.

To start, the company announced the release of the second Wii title in the Legend of Zelda franchise with a trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. The game will be in development through the end of 2010, but expect a 2011 release.

Here’s what people around the web are saying about the newest iteration of Link:

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