Monday, September 19, 2005

Video Game News, September 19, 2005

Video Games May be Homework for Career
by Lisa M. Sodders, LA Daily News, 9/19/05
"Seth Arnold recalls playing "Super Mario Bros." and "Duck Hunt" for hours on end after getting his first Nintendo video-game system when he was 8 years old. Now 20 and a college student, Arnold still spends hours hunched over a video-game console - not only entertaining himself, but training for his career."

Anime: Spiky Haired Games
by Lou Kesten, AP 9/19/05
The popularity of animé, that uniquely Japanese form of animation, can be traced directly to the growth of video games, especially the Final Fantasy series and other role-playing epics like Dragon Warrior."

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