“And with game prices averaging around $60, if a person spends around 50 or 60 hours playing the game, it’s a better deal than going to a movie or even reading a book, he says. In many ways, video games are akin to movies during the Depression, when people often spent their limited funds at the cinema, which offered an escape into a fantasy world that took them away from their harsh reality — at least for a couple of hours.” — Here.
We are collecting responses to see how you would like your tax dollars spent in the 2009 budget. This is a short, one page survey about video games. Should we have games available for check out in the library? Yes? No? You get the idea. Click Here to take survey