Shooter Game Helps Young Cancer Patients

It helps teens and young adults who are afflicted with cancer. It has been shown to improve the quality of life for young cancer patients and to increase their understanding of the disease. It also enhances their ability to talk about their cancer, manage its side effects, and stick with therapy regimens.
Could "it" be a miracle drug? Some revolutionary new medical procedure? White magic? Nah. It's a video game.

Created by Hope Lab in collaboration with several game developers, biologists, and young cancer patients, the somewhat whimsically titled Re-Mission is one of those serious games we love to write about because they show he positive potential of video game tech. Re-Mission is a third-person shooter starring a microscopic nanobot named Roxxi whose mission is to enter the bodies of patients and fight cancer and bacteria on the cellular level.

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YoJ1Mbo6495d ago

Imagine what this game will do after the legalization of marijuana.

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Not All Voice Actors Can Be Film Actors – And Vice-Versa

Shaz from GL: "Acting is a difficult craft to master, and what many don't consider is just how hard it can be to perform across different mediums of entertainment."

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rlow12d ago

Interesting article, it doesn’t surprise me because some people are better all a-rounders than others. Regardless of fame or how good they are in their specialty.

TheProfessional2d ago

This is why I feel like the live action stuff in Alan Wake 2 especially is pretty bad. It also looks really cheap and amateurish.

phoenixwing1d 10h ago

Kojima and death stranding 1 2 will disagree

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The Face behind Quan Chi Mortal in Kombat Shahjehan Khan: Actor, Musician, Podcaster

Chatting with the Face behind Quan Chi Mortal in Kombat Shahjehan Khan: Actor, Musician, Podcaster

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Xbox Reveals Milo and Kate: The Later Years [parody]

“With its origins as a Kinect game concept, Milo and Kate has come a long way and gamers will finally be able to play an iteration of it.” - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums.

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