Picture an idyllic 2008 Beijing day. The world will be there: the Americans, the French, the Russians, the British--all on hand for that year's summer Olympics.
That means runners, gymnasts, soccer and baseball players and hundreds of other athletes will be on hand. And now, video gamers?
Why far-fetched? Well, mostly because video game players aren't really athletes, no matter how competitive they are. Why not far-fetched? The answer lies, Joystiq says, in the fact that video games are essentially part … Read more