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The Good, the Bad Guys and the Family-Friendly in Video Games

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The Good, the Bad Guys and the Family-Friendly in Video Games

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The Good, the Bad Guys and the Family-Friendly in Video Games

The Good, the Bad Guys and the Family-Friendly in Video Games

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Boston Globe technology reporter Hiawatha Bray about this year's video game offerings, which include realistically violent games such as Halo 2 and Doom 3; morally controversial ones such as Grand Theft Auto; and some games that the whole family can enjoy.

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