By Michael Turton
Video games: Obsession, or recreation?
“It’s easier to be obsessed today than when they first came out. Kids want instant gratification.” ~Aubrey Jenkins, Beacon
“I don’t play a lot, but if you’re less social, isolated, you can make friends online.” ~Alex Graff, Beacon
“They’re an alternative form of recreation — with obsessive tendencies.” ~Joe DiGiglio, Cold Spring
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