Take these online courses to learn about esports for your school or organization. To be honest, this was a tossup between two games: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and WiiSports. The Seventh Generation essentially saw gaming split into two crowds: casual and hardcore. In 2006, Nintendo released its Seventh Generation console the Wii and it became an unprecedented success: the most successful video game console of the seventh generation completely crushing the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360. WiiSports was the game that did it, a pack-in game for the system that was crazy fun and crazy addicting. There are plenty of reasons to list WiiSports as the game that defined the seventh generation. And the beauty of it was that there was no order in which they had to be played or potted – you could slam your cue ball as hard as you wanted, and keep your fingers crossed that something would either go-in, cannon, or be sunk. It was sometimes difficult to keep a straight face and pretend that you actually meant an impossible shot that â€˜happened’ somehow or another. Cognitive scientists from the University of Rochester have discovered that playing action video games trains people to make the right decisions faster. The researchers found that video game players develop a heightened sensitivity to what is going on around them, and this benefit doesn’t just make them better at playing video games, but improves a wide variety of general skills that can help with everyday activities like multitasking, driving, reading small print, keeping track of friends in a crowd, and navigating around town. How Fortnite has beaten human existence 52 times over People around the world have logged in to Fortnite and played it for a cumulative total of a staggering 3.8 billion days or 10.4 million years, as per a report by Game, UK. Turtle fans waited fourteen long years to witness their favorite mutant reptilian heroes on the silver screen once again, and the year 2007 brought forth a fourth TMNT movie, un-creatively titled “TMNT.” Instead of being a live action venture like the previous movie entries, “TMNT” was an presented in CGI-animation, and, well, let’s just say that only the most die-hard Turtle-nuts really loved it. Whether “TMNT” did justice to the franchise or not is up for debate, but it was still nice to see the Turtles in a full-length feature, and it resulted in a slew of video games developed by Ubisoft. The “TMNT” games were notable for being the first dedicated movie-tie in games for the Turtles, as the three previous TMNT movies didn’t actually have any games developed around their plot or aesthetic. As movie-tie in typically go in this current seventh-generation of gaming consoles, games titled TMNT were released for every single platform imaginable. These games are all incredibly different, and range from pretty great to simply terrible. While it would be fair to give each one of these games a dedicated blurb in this article, it would be impractical for reasons of length. If you’ve read this far into the article, you already know that its already too long for what it is, so yeah, a basic summarization shall commence instead.