Will video games become cultural slumming like comics?

Level Up fights that horrible thought:

 And while the report’s summary does not specifically cite videogames, it’s likely that interactive entertainment has picked up some significant, um, market share among young people. Based on this trend alone, even if there were no changes in interface or accessibility, it stands to reason that videogames would become more pervasive simply because videogame “literacy” is becoming more widespread.

I other words, comics are hard (said with the same sort of whiney distaste that a twelve-year-old would use to avoid doing chores) . And video games are easy (one would assume, like that girl who had a leather jacket in high school.)


1 Response to “Will video games become cultural slumming like comics?”

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