Video game culture (more accurately: a subculture) is a worldwide new media subculture formed by video games. As computer and video games have exponentially increased in popularity over time, they have had a significant influence on popular culture. Video game culture has also evolved over time hand in hand with internet culture as well as the increasing popularity of mobile games. Many people who play video games identify as gamers, which can mean anything from someone who enjoys games to someone who is passionate about it. As video games become more social with multiplayer and online capability, gamers find themselves in growing social networks. Gaming can both be entertainment as well as competition, as a new trend known as electronic sports is becoming more widely accepted. Today, the

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  • Video game culture (more accurately: a subculture) is a worldwide new media subculture formed by video games. As computer and video games have exponentially increased in popularity over time, they have had a significant influence on popular culture. Video game culture has also evolved over time hand in hand with internet culture as well as the increasing popularity of mobile games. Many people who play video games identify as gamers, which can mean anything from someone who enjoys games to someone who is passionate about it. As video games become more social with multiplayer and online capability, gamers find themselves in growing social networks. Gaming can both be entertainment as well as competition, as a new trend known as electronic sports is becoming more widely accepted. Today, the video games can be seen in social media, politics, television, film and music. (en)
  • La culture du jeu vidéo est une forme de sous-culture médiatique nouvelle qui est influencée par le jeu vidéo. En effet, alors que la popularité de l'ordinateur et des jeux vidéo connaît une hausse exponentielle depuis la fin des années 1980, ils ont une influence significative sur la culture populaire. Cette forme de divertissement engendre plusieurs phénomènes de mode. La culture du jeu vidéo se développe au fil du temps, particulièrement depuis la popularisation de la cyberculture, apparue quelques années après. Dans les années 2010, l'impact de l'ordinateur et des jeux vidéo est visible dans le domaine de la musique populaire, celui du film et de la télévision, et même celui de la politique. (fr)
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  • La culture du jeu vidéo est une forme de sous-culture médiatique nouvelle qui est influencée par le jeu vidéo. En effet, alors que la popularité de l'ordinateur et des jeux vidéo connaît une hausse exponentielle depuis la fin des années 1980, ils ont une influence significative sur la culture populaire. Cette forme de divertissement engendre plusieurs phénomènes de mode. La culture du jeu vidéo se développe au fil du temps, particulièrement depuis la popularisation de la cyberculture, apparue quelques années après. Dans les années 2010, l'impact de l'ordinateur et des jeux vidéo est visible dans le domaine de la musique populaire, celui du film et de la télévision, et même celui de la politique. (fr)
  • Video game culture (more accurately: a subculture) is a worldwide new media subculture formed by video games. As computer and video games have exponentially increased in popularity over time, they have had a significant influence on popular culture. Video game culture has also evolved over time hand in hand with internet culture as well as the increasing popularity of mobile games. Many people who play video games identify as gamers, which can mean anything from someone who enjoys games to someone who is passionate about it. As video games become more social with multiplayer and online capability, gamers find themselves in growing social networks. Gaming can both be entertainment as well as competition, as a new trend known as electronic sports is becoming more widely accepted. Today, the (en)
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  • Video game culture (en)
  • Culture du jeu vidéo (fr)
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