MMOs And The Public Eye

Posted Fri, Dec 02, 2005 by LadySirse

NPR has more than opinions about politics.
Shacknews's Chris Remo
gives his thoughts on National Public Radio's All Things Considered segment
"Paying Real Money to Win Online Games," by Robert Siegel. Remo makes
an interesting point about the title:

National Public Radio did an All Things Considered segment yesterday called
"Paying Real Money to Win Online Games." The title is slightly misleading,
as it's actually about paying real money to buy virtual currency in MMOs (which,
of course, are rather difficult to actually win).

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