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Post  polka23dot on Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:15 pm

Video games have caused many unexpected problems, and opportunities and this is especially true in East Asia. Adolescents and young men find them addictive and this often interferes their studies, work or family life. South Korea has been the worst hit, because of their rapid economic growth and quick acceptance of cheap and widely available high-speed Internet access. It’s gotten so bad that South Korean politicians are trying to change the law to regulate video games as other addictive activities (gambling and some drugs, like alcohol) currently are... About two percent of the population (125,000 people) are addicted to video games... source: http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htmoral/articles/20131217.aspx

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Wolfenstein: The New Order

Post  T.J. Donatello on Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:41 pm

Gamers in the 1990s remember the first-person shooter series 'Wolfenstein', involving the player killing Nazi guards as he tries to escape Wolfenstein Castle.
The latest installment of the 'Wolfenstein' series involves an alternate history, where Nazi Germany builds nuclear weapons first, obliterates New York City, and wins WWII. But there is a resistance movement, complete with robotic armies.

I watched the trailer for the game, and I noticed many similarities between the Nazis and modern-day jihad:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlvfqfGTar4&index=2&list=FL4Ae0qCOdEWSCUe3rytmP3g

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