We now have an entire generation today that has grown up on video games.  The arcades of the 1980’s, where teens had a limited number of quarters to spend on a Friday night, have given way to hours upon hours of time in front of home gaming systems.  Contrary to popular perception of children playing Mario Brothers or some child centered game, the average “gamer” today is a 35-year-old man.   For some, gaming has led to an addiction that can impact marriages, hygiene, health and other relationships.  Read more here from this insightful Indianapolis Star story: http://www.afain.net/videogames.pdf