NFL, Visa Partner for Financial Literacy Video Game

Research shows that one in five teenage students in the U.S. lacks basic financial skills, and the NFL partnered with Visa to change that. Financial Football, a free, downloadable video game, teaches students about smart savings and… read more

Awaken Your Hero With Lightseekers

The line between fantasy and reality has never been less clear… and I’m all for it. Lightseekers, from TOMY, is a unique gaming experience that lets kids ages 8 and up fuse physical characters with… read more

Bring Rocket League to Life with New Collectibles

Monster trucks and soccer: and unlikely sports combination, but a whole lot of fun. The award-winning video game Rocket League’s universe is expanding with new pocket-sized collectibles that bring the game to life—minus all the… read more

Puyo Puyo Tetris Is Frenetic Fun

Talk about a match made in heaven. SEGA’s Puyo Puyo Tetris, for Nintendo Switch, is a four-player tile-matching mash up of fast-paced play. Though similar in nature, Puyos and Tetriminos stack and clear differently, making… read more

LEGO Worlds Provides Virtual Brick-Building Without Limits

Make room Emmet Brickowski, more Master Builders are on the way. Created by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games, LEGO Worlds lets kids man powerful creation tools and build the cities, landscapes, and playgrounds that were once… read more

Build Your Own Video Game with Bloxels

I know what you’re thinking. “My 8-year-old plays enough video games.” Now that may be true, but how many does he or she make? Bloxels, from Mattel, is an app-based video game that lets aspiring programmers ages… read more

Reshape the Present With Dragon Quest VII

I’ve always wanted to embark on a quest. It just sounds so epic and poetic. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is the anticipated role-play game for Nintendo 3DS that puts kids in… read more