Curmudgeon Gamer
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14 October 2006
Now Xbox and Game Boy on The New Yorker cover
You might recall that Counter-Strike and PS3 (which I took to mean PlayStation 3) showed up on The New Yorker cover a while back, and this week's issue has two more videogame icons: the Xbox logo and a classic Nintendo Game Boy. Here's a snippet, which I hope is small enough to qualify for fair use.

This cover is titled "All That's New All the Time" and was created by Richard McGuire. Incidentally, the full cover will eventually be online at the Cartoon Bank cover section. For example, the full cover with Counter-Strike is here.

So are games mainstream enough for you yet?

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--Matt Matthews at 16:15
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