Video games are a ubiquitous part of almost all children’s and adolescents’lives, with 97% playing for at least one hour per day in the United States. The nature of these games has changed dramatically in the last decade, becoming increasingly complex, diverse, realistic, and social in nature.Video games are usually mass produced, made from a mix of cardboard and plastic, and only act to carry digital information that could feasibly be copied onto any computer.
When it comes to video games, there’s countless retailers and mediums of obtaining them. Now that video games are becoming more and more popular in purchasing digitally, physical copies may slowly die off. Take a look at your video game collection and see if you’re sitting on one of these games?