Perspective — How Video Games Taught Me to Accept Failure

By Michael “Auronblade60” Williams | @Auronblade60 | 2:55 PM EST, Fri. July 19, 2019
Video games can be hard. 
Certain games like Dark Souls have almost built a legacy around being difficult and overcoming those challenges; However, in the case of most games, they are not built around failure. To fail in most video games is to die and simply respawn. It is a punishment which takes away more of the player’s time or loss of an item or experience. However, in a subsection of games, failure is a part of the process and not the end of the road.
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#TheCookoutTurns2: Reflections From The Cookout Community

By Editorial Staff | 6:20 PM EST, Mon. May 13, 2019

On May 13, 2017, The Cookout was created on the foundation as a Black centered space that has evolved to being open to all People of Color as a safe space to connect, discuss various topics and to create [ABOUT US/HISTORY OF THE COOKOUT]. Two years later, we have evolved into a community of over 600 members and have continued to grow as both a community and organization. We realized that a group such of ourselves was needed in both the gaming and content creating industry and we look forward to continue to grow! On our second year anniversary, The Cookout collected reflections from respective members of The Cookout Fam answering the question: “What does The Cookout mean to you?”
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