M. Brandon Robbins

About M. Brandon Robbins

M. Brandon Robbins (mbrandon.robbins@gmail.com) is the Media Coordinator at Goldsboro High School in Goldsboro, NC. He's a member of the 2011 class of ALA Emerging Leaders.

Ticket To Ride | Games, Gamers, & Gaming

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A great game for beginners. With an adventurous theme, Ticket To Ride leads to conversations about economics and exploration, it’s also an incredible learning tool that sparks discussion and encourages inquiry.

Gamers, Gamers, & Gaming | Theater of War

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Though many video games do ignore the grim realities of armed conflict, games have the potential to provide some insight into the intensity of war.

Knack for Narrative: The Last of Us

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Today’s video games explore complex concepts and themes. The latest game to do so is The Last of Us, a gripping, emotional ride through a pos­tapocalyptic vision of America.

Hackers versus The Man | Games, Gamers, & Gaming

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A review of Android: Netrunner.

Wil Wheaton Talks Tabletop: Games, Gamers, & Gaming | August 2013

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Wil Wheaton discusses his gaming web series, Tabletop

Torchlight II | June 15, 2013

A review of Torchlight II.

Because Science Is Awesome | Games, Gamers, & Gaming | May 15, 2013

M. Brandon Robbins explores creative ways to meld STEM skills with gaming.

Have Fun Defending the Castle! | Games, Gamers and Gaming

With great mobile titles like Fieldrunners and the ubiquitous and addictive Plants vs. Zombies, tower defense games—in which the player or players defend a location from hostile forces using various weapons and technologies powered by regenerating resources—were a very big thing in video games for quite some time.

Games and Violence: Games, Gamers & Gaming | March 15, 2013

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Addressing charges of a connection between video games and violence.

The Walking Dead: Games, Gamers & Gaming | February 2013

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Taking the Walking Dead game out for a test run.

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