Monday, March 25

Video games provide a competitive environment that is not so different from sports competitions. An organization called Major League Gaming allows individuals to compete in the video game world at a professional level.

Joy Sticks: _Turning pro is not just an option for athletes_

Video games are a technological evolution of a long line of board and card games. Many games, at their core, are about competition, and this is why, unlike the artistic games I mentioned last week, a majority of video games are also competitive. Read more...

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Video games provide a competitive environment that is not so different from sports competitions. An organization called Major League Gaming allows individuals to compete in the video game world at a professional level.

Video games provide a competitive environment that is not so different from sports competitions. An organization called Major League Gaming allows individuals to compete in the video game world at a professional level.




"Flower" is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and is developed by thatgamecompany.

	Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment America

Joy Sticks: _Video games should be acknowledged as art forms_

Video games, by their very nature, require the player to put a certain amount of personal involvement into the work. Obviously, this can have a huge emotional impact on a player, but does that qualify games as art? Read more...

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"Flower" is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and is developed by thatgamecompany.

Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment America

"Flower" is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. and is developed by thatgamecompany.

	Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment America

THE OFFICE — “Training Day” Episode 720 — Pictured: (l-r) Angela Kinsey as Angela Martin, Brian Baumgertner as Kevin Malone, Will Ferrell as Deangelo Vickers, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, Steve Carell as Michael Scott, John Krakinski as Jim Halpert — Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC

Remote Life: Celebrity cameos can be challenging

Sometimes I think I must be ridiculous to get so excited about television. Then last week I read that Paul Rudd ("I Love You, Man") will guest star on "Parks and Recreation" as Leslie Knope's political opponent, and I start jabbing the arm of the person sitting next to me in blind excitement. Read more...

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THE OFFICE — “Training Day” Episode 720 — Pictured: (l-r) Angela Kinsey as Angela Martin, Brian Baumgertner as Kevin Malone, Will Ferrell as Deangelo Vickers, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, Steve Carell as Michael Scott, John Krakinski as Jim Halpert — Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC

THE OFFICE — “Training Day” Episode 720 — Pictured: (l-r) Angela Kinsey as Angela Martin, Brian Baumgertner as Kevin Malone, Will Ferrell as Deangelo Vickers, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, Steve Carell as Michael Scott, John Krakinski as Jim Halpert — Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC



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