• Friday, Nov. 8, 2002
Fun With Digitized Weaponry

Following a quirky derivation of Moore's Law, video games seem to double in quality and computing power every four years or so. And to the delight of teenagers and fraternity brothers everywhere, these technological leaps and bounds inevitably bring vast improvements in the way the video game...

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