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|1st January 2008, 19:41||#1|
Video game teaches kids about world of wolves
MINNEAPOLIS — The new video game WolfQuest allows players to follow the call of the wild in the role of a wolf in Yellowstone National Park.
Players learn quickly, with help from realistic graphics, that wolves do a lot of running — across plains, through forests and up and down steep slopes.
|1st January 2008, 19:42||#2|
Even though mass media tends to focus on the negative aspects of video games (and there are a number of them), it's refreshing to see articles like this one published by USA Today.
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