I used to work for a certain video game retailer that bought and sold used games. And I I know first-hand that most of the time, you're lucky to get at least $9 for trading in a new game. But sometimes, those used games can actually be worth something.
This would be a better halftime show for the Super Bowl than most the recent Super Bowl halftime shows.
It is a very, very strange day when I actually side with a Democrat.
Video games and politics are set to meet again.
By now, most of you know I'm a pretty serious gamer. (At least, I like to think I'm a serious gamer) But as much as I love video games, I can only play for maybe an hour or two at a time. There is no way I could even attempt to do what this guy did, and that might be a good thing.
Dan Isett of the Parents Television Council was a guest on Lubbock's First News on KFYO, and talked about the impact of violent video games on children.