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bored housewives? che?

Thursday, June 10, 2004

there we go again... women do play (online) games, BBC news is reporting and draws upon a report from Screen Digest: "Females make up 65% of the growing market in skill-based games such as cards, solitaire and puzzles", but "hardcore online gaming remains the preserve of young men" ...oh really? *sigh* *grows bored*. Anyway calling them 'bored houswives' doesn't show much of respect for these female 'gamers'. Ian Bogost from Water Cooler Games has a great post on the report.

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