Joystick Nation

Friday, December 19, 2003

Video games, for the most part, are still associated with their roots in the corner arcade, and written off by many as a time-drain to be grown out of. Slowly but surely, however, they are winning an increasingly dominant share of the entertainment industry. Last year alone, the video games generated 28 billion dollars in sales. Bob chats with Jonathan Dee, who wrote in this week's New York Times magazine about how narrative is pushing gaming to a whole new level.

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