Video games: A new kind of cooperative play

  • Article by: Randy Salas , Star Tribune Staff Writer
  • Updated: November 25, 2008 - 6:00 AM

The National Institute on Media and the Family is finding it much easier to work with the video-game industry these days, says a report to be released today.

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rockingroyNov. 25, 08 7:36 AM

If these two groups can agree on things and learn to work together, maybe there's hope for our political parties after all.

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sondacNov. 25, 0810:59 AM

All the GOP has to do is take all of our recommendations! LOL;-)

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sammynixon1Dec. 3, 0811:03 PM

A few months ago, the privately-funded NIMF took a $50,000 "grant" from the subject of their "report card", the ESRB. Perhaps that helps explain the uncharacteristically kind tone towards the gaming industry? See http://www.gamepolitics.com/2008/09/30/conflict-interest-nimf-responds-gp-queries-esa-grant

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