Video games are their major
"Killers act like predators," the teacher explains. "And like any ecosystem, if you increase the number of killers and facilitate them, you decrease the number of achievers and socializers."
This is the conversation you might hear in a class on game design. Thirty years after bursting into pool halls and living rooms, video games are taking a place in academia. A handful of relatively obscure vocational schools have long taught basic game programming. But in the last few years a small but growing cadre of well-known universities, from the University of Southern California to the University of Central Florida, have started formal programs in game design and the academic study of video games as a slice of contemporary culture. Details from the New York Times.
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