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Submitted by bashesh 1878d ago | article

The future of video games

Jay Corbin writes -

The best video games of tomorrow are the same as yesterday.

It seems the retro bug is everywhere these days. You can buy sneakers Michael Jordan wore in the 1980s. You can head to your local cineplex and see the latest "Star Trek," a franchise that has been around for generations. Even '60's music icon Bob Dylan has a new CD out.

So why would the video game industry be exempt from the retro bug?

The answer is, it's not. (PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

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