TV Vs. Video Games: Who's Winning? Both video games and television have radically improved in the past two decades. Have they also changed the way Americans spend their time?
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TV Vs. Video Games: Who's Winning?

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TV Vs. Video Games: Who's Winning?

TV Vs. Video Games: Who's Winning?

TV Vs. Video Games: Who's Winning?

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Both video games and television have radically improved in the past two decades. Have they also changed the way Americans spend their time?

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Participants play the latest video games at the gamescom computer game fair in Cologne, Germany, on Wednesday
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