http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24509926/ Apparently WoW is the most addictive, who would have thought? Of course, this is just another article used to slander video games and make the players all seem like brainless zombies looking for a gaming fix. One could argue they ended with that quote to show it isn't the game, but the individual, but I think it was the author's intended purpose to make it appear that way when really, they have a very negative bias towards gaming in general. Not really anything new, but I posted the article anyways. I won't deny WoW or other video games *can* have that effect on people. Hell, as it stands right now, my soon to be sister in law and her boyfriend stay in their room all day, doors closed and play WoW. And they're 18 year olds, not 15 with angst issues. By the way - yes, they do play WoW and not something else. I know what some of you are thinking. I just feel it's time to stop blaming games. So do you feel the article has a negative bias towards interactive entertainment and that quote was a cheap attempt to cover it up, or was the quotes intended purpose to show they didn't blame the games, but rather the individuals?