Resolution's Brendan Caldwell discovers how games can be beneficial for kids:
There's a tall man in the marquis, down at Market Square. He wears a hat, a guitar on his back. It’s crowded inside the tent but he gets straight to the centre of things. To his right, indie developers stand at stalls, nervously observing potential players. To his left, eager guests wait to play SpyParty. It’s a festival. GameCity Festival in Nottingham to be exact. And the tall man with the hat and the guitar is about to become the tall man with the hat and the guitar and the very loud voice.
“Games destroy children’s minds! They are poisonous! These games are poisonous to children’s minds!”