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7-19-2007 @ 1:54AM
Cool beans, imo. Even if it's not the best, it's still a step in the right direction. ESPN U did have a video-game esque show where they'd have high ranking people in the "respective fields" would play it out, though I'm fairly sure each and every single game was sports in nature. MTV had a True Life, something to the affect of "I'm payed to play games" or some such that followed around some Halo 2 brat who got sponsered and had a team that played in tournies and such.Let's hear it for a bit of WoW hitting the small screen (though who wouldn't love a WoW version of Clone Wars?).
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