Sunday, December 11, 2005

Video Game News, December 11, 2005

Cashing in on Video Games nz, 12/12/05
"As video games become more mainstream, game development is emerging as a respectable industry, writes Reuben Schwarz."

Video Games' Effects on Players Mixed: Games gain visual skills, but may be more aggressive
by Chris Reissaus, Y-press/IndyStar 12/11/05
"Video games have evolved since they first became popular in the late 1970s."

Turning Video Games' Power into a Positive

by Rick Montgomery, Contra Costa Times 12/11/05
"A plague of grogginess swept high schools in November 2004, reducing testosterone-charged guys into "Dawn of the Dead" extras, sleepless zombies dragging backpacks."

Love of Video Games Pays Off for Aspiring Programmer

by Douglas Sams, Gwinnett Daily Post 12/11/05
"Frustrated parents who think their children play too many mind-draining video games might consider this: The kids could make a solid career out of it."

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