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Pulitzer Prize winner George Will thinks gamers shouldn't be allowed to vote

Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist George F. Will really, really doesn't like denim. In an Op-Ed piece he wrote for the Washington Post this week, he condemns the fabric and in the process, harshly insults gamers, saying, "Seventy-five percent of American 'gamers' -- p...

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Book critic plays BioShock, says it's not quite "art"

If you're anything like us, you're probably getting a little tired of the seemingly never-ending "games as art" debate. Well try and revive your interest for just one more moment -- the Washington Post took an interesting approach in expanding the debate this weekend with a short piece looking at th...

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ESA's Gallagher spends time gaming with Washington Post

It's fun to watch Mike Gallagher, the still-new head of the ESA, as he evolves into his position slowly but surely. His image has transitioned from total noob, to hired gun, to softening up a bit and gaming with The Washington Post. If nothing else his image seems to be on the right track to represe...

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Junkets and the game writers who love them

The Washington Post has published an interesting report on game reviewers and their experiences with junkets. A junket is typically an all expenses paid trip covered by the publishers in the gaming industry. The junket the Washington Post specifically covers is the Fallout 3 junket where "airfare, h...

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WaPo writer talks VT shooter/Counter-Strike connection, removal

When a Washington Post story mentioned that Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung Hui played Counter-Strike in high school, we were intrigued. When the nugget disappeared from an online version of the Post story, we were even more intrigued To clarify the situation, we caught up with Washington Post Staff...

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Washington Post: Wii comes to Thanksgiving, PS3 locked up

Following the thrashing the New York Times gave the PS3, it was only a matter of time before the Washington Post chimed in with their verdict on the new systems. The Washington Post's Mike Musgrove invited a bunch of people over to play both systems. Most hadn't even heard of the Wii and were lookin...

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