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The Life Cycle of a Video Game A comic over at GameSpy about the life cycle of a video game is getting a lot of attention online today, and while it's definitely presented with its tongue in its cheek, the scenario it lays out is much closer to the truth than you'd initially think.  Follow a game from birth to death as the initial idea is conceived, guns are added to it, and it ships to your local GameStop where a child purchases it and promptly loses the box, manual, and all accompanying paperwork on the way home.  That's gotta be my biggest pet peeve when it comes to buying used games.  Why would anyone throw away or abuse the box and manual?  Take care of your property that will someday be my property!

(via Kombo)