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  • Video Game Bits
  • Video Game Bits

    Random nuggets of headlines from the gaming world.
    • The new DC Universe massive multi-player game didn’t arrive in time for my deadline ...
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  • Addicted  to Video Games
  • Addicted to Video Games

    What do video game makers owe you for using their product?
    • Finally, after years of labor, I won’t need to work ever again, and I’ll be financially set for life ...
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  • Video Game Summer
  • Video Game Summer

    How I Spent My Summer Game-cation: Tips for beating the summer video-game doldrums.
    • Summertime may be great for those who enjoy swimming, baseball, picnics, fireworks and going to the beach, but what if you’re a video gamer?
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  • Video Game Industry Is Not Recession-Proof
  • Video Game Industry Is Not Recession-Proof

    Slumping sales could be good news for hardcore players.
    • Companies like Electronic Arts, UBIsoft and Game Stop had such lousy 2009s that they’ve already had to adjust 2010 forecasts.
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  • Video Games for Christmas
  • Video Games for Christmas

    Reindeer Games: A look at what’s ahead to fill a video-gamer’s holiday stocking.
    • If you’re a video gamer who still has a job, a home and money to spend on games, there’s a pot of gold at the end of the recessionary rainbow...
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  • Guitar Hero 5
  • Guitar Hero 5

    This version finds Nirvana’s revered frontman singing— shudder—Bush.
    • But as you make your way through the platter of nirvana, you see it sitting there, streaming from the center of the potatoes and onto the steak—a long, disgusting hair...
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