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11-08-2009 @ 12:38AM
I imagine this is more about power and garnering a bigger budget than it is about jitters over potential civil disrest! They see the boon that is becoming online gaming and it's only going to grow more on an explosive scale.People can debate over the start of this boon but Blizzard are the ones that gave a glimpse of the sheer scale and money involved in it. I play WoW, Aion, CS and WC3 online and I can only imagine what is yet to come (SC2 will no doubt be on my list next year also), so it's sort of understandable that clued up politicians are swinging their respective balls to get a piece of the pie.
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