We all have vices, habits , hobbies and interests, but when they cross
the line to the point of obsession they can change from a pastime to
something far more sinister. Have MMOGs become the hypodermic needle of
choice for the tech generation? Were our Nintendos and Play Stations
the gateway drug to a never ending hamster wheel of dependency? Join
Medawky this week as he looks at the darker side of online gaming, the
addiction factor.

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about the genre itself makes these games so prone to attracting
addictive personalities? Many of us have friends and associates that
love to play FPS games, RTS games or console style single player RPGs,
but to many of them there is no allure or desire to play MMOGs. Many of
them see the repetitious play style as boring and would never want to
keep paying a monthly fee for a game they have already bought.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016