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Weekly INT Boost – Amazing

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming stories you may have missed. This week, we have a critical look at The Sims, forward progress for a badly-needed mental health initiative in the US, and more. The Sims’ insane trait sucks “Sims who have the Insane trait don’t have any rationality—their lives […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Hope Makes Us Strong

Welcome to our roundup of the best gaming and mental health articles you may have missed. This week, we have a look at video games and violence, analysis of one of Black Panther’s best characters, and more. Road to GDC: I’m Not A Doctor, but I Simulate One in VR “It turns out that doctors […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Endurance

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming stories you may have missed. This week, our stories look at the power of storytelling, swearing, and playing through pain. The Power of stories “When we tell our stories with a focus on growth or a complex understanding that bad things may lead to […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Moving Toward a Brighter Future

Welcome to our roundup of the best articles about games and our wellbeing that you may have missed. This week, we have the latest in loot box regulations, closer looks at a pair of cathartic games, and more. VR can already help people heal — and it’s just the beginning “Her findings along with the […]

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Weekly INT Boost – We’ve Come This Far

Hello, friends, and welcome to our roundup. This week, our collection of the best video game and mental health articles includes a look at the people who’ve struggled with loot boxes, a valuable conversation about the risks and rewards of creating games about our own issues, and more. For many players, lootboxes are a crisis […]

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Weekly INT Boost – A Favor

Hello, friends, and welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming stories you may have missed. This week, we have several stories about the ways video games affect us and give us space to understand our lives. Rumu asks, “How deep is your love?” “Each of these loves illustrates something different about […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Pass Through the Fire

Welcome, new friends and old, to our roundup of some of the best writing and most interesting stories about mental health in the industry this week. We have a look at loss and Edith Finch, an in-depth breakdown of plans for a new Australian serious games initiative, another legislator taking on the loot box controversy, […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Going To Win

Welcome, friends, to our roundup of the best game and mental health stories you may have missed. This week, our stories center on harassment, crunch, and burnout — three topics on a lot of minds as we start this year. Everyone has a different idea about what harassment is, study says “There’s also a curious […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Day-To-Day Life

Welcome to our first roundup of 2018. This week, we have stories about gaming disorder, more costs of doing business as game devs, and a lot more. Rethinking ‘the cost of doing business’ for game devs “At the end of the day, even the most vitriolic, abusive fan longs to be favored by the attention […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Out of the Storm

Welcome, friends, to our roundup of the best gaming and mental health articles you may have missed. This week, we have a harsh look harassment and responsibility in the game industry, thoughts on the comforting power of the games we love, and more. Pushing the trolls back under the bridge “Companies who have publicly devoted […]

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