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A controversial computer game based on the Columbine High School shootings of 1999, called Super Columbine Massacre RPG, has nearly upended a game-design competition that kicks off today in Salt Lake City.
 
Love It or Hate It, Sony's Latest Stokes Passions (By Mike Musgrove, January 4, 2007)
 
Virtual Presents, Virtual Trees and Very Real Cheer (By Mike Musgrove, December 21, 2006)
 
When Killing Monsters, 2 Heads Are More Fun Than 1 (By Mike Musgrove, December 7, 2006)
 
Ever More Ways to Play (By Mike Musgrove, November 26, 2006)
 
In the Wii-PS3 Playoff, Nintendo Upsets Sony on the Fun Factor (By Mike Musgrove, November 23, 2006)
 
Suddenly, EA Faces PlayStation Competition (By Mike Musgrove, November 9, 2006)
 
On the Hill and in Court, a Shootout Over Ratings (By Mike Musgrove, October 26, 2006)
 
Ramping Up The Console Wars (Post, October 14, 2006)
 
.game: Getting Families to Play Together (Post, October 12, 2006)
 
The Bug Hunter, Always at Play (Post, September 28, 2006)
 
Cooking Mama: A Game Whose Action You Can Try at Home (Post, September 14, 2006)
 
When the Machines Talk, They Talk About You (Post, August 31, 2006)
 
Fire and Brimstone, Guns and Ammo (Post, August 17, 2006)
 
Mario's New World: Symphonies (Post, August 3, 2006)
 
Movie and Game Studios Getting the Total Picture (Post, July 20, 2006)
 
Routine Upgrades Are the Bane of 'Homebrew' Enthusiasts (Post, July 6, 2006)
 
A One-Man '80s Arcade Revival (Post, June 22, 2006)
 
An Episode at a Time Puts Half-Life in the Fast Lane (Post, June 8, 2006)
 
Video Game World Becomes Less a Stranger to Fiction (Post, May 25, 2006)
 
Taking Air Guitar One Step Further (Post, April 27, 2006)
 
A Low-Tech Game's Lessons For the High-Tech World (Post, March 10, 2006)
 
Advertisers Are Getting Into the Game (Post, March 2, 2006)
 
The Point of Kong (Post, February 16, 2006)
 
Playing Them Again (Post, October 20, 2005)
 
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