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Internet addiction driving South Koreans into realms of fantasy
Government caught between promoting gaming and restraining its use in world's most wired nation
Two million South Koreans are thought to be addicted to Internet games as the government struggles to deal with the problem.
Level up: how PlayStation infiltrated youth culture
Stuart, Keith; Boxer, Steve
Twenty years ago, new games consoles began appearing in nightclub chillout rooms, subversive TV ads and cutting-edge style magazines. Keith Stuart and Steve Boxer describe how Sony created the PlaySta...
G4 is the ultimate on-air destination for those excited by and curious about all things related to technology. By using technology as a backdrop to entertain, amaze, and engage viewers, G4 is the life...
Programming is devoted to games including game shows, reality television programs, casino games, non-sports gaming and game related films and documentaries.
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