With the financial markets still reeling, Americans are looking for distraction. NPR.org says that movies have often filled the void left by rough economic times, but these days video games are taking the pain out of all of our money going down the drain.
And video games are a better investment than movies, lasting longer and providing more hours of entertainment. In fact, video games are probably a better investment than a house or stocks at this point.
Now, nearly 80 years later, Americans looking for a cheap way to distract themselves from tough times aren't turning to … Read more