Hey everyone! First post, woo! So I keep pay pretty close attention to the video gaming world and any innovations going on there. I'm 21 and in college, so, in this day and age, gaming is a pretty big deal for me, haha. I've never taken video games very serious though, it's always been about killing thugs, disabling bombs or some drawn out, trying-to-be-a-film storyline. I've taken video games for what they are, temporary entertainment. My watchful eye ran across THIS article this morning when I was catching up on some gaming news. I must say, from the first impressions of this video game, I'm very intrigued. More-so, though, I think it's probably the most innovative game I've seen in the last 10 years, simply because how it incorporates photography into gaming. If you read the article there it says the video game controller (PlayStation 3) has to be held steady to take clear shots and can be moved around and your in-game camera will move accordingly. Taking great shots of the African wildlife will get you paid and will allow you to buy better cameras with more zoom capabilities and better photos. As far as I know, this has never been done in gaming, and I think it's a pretty interesting concept. But it begs a question... To what extent should photography be incorporated into gaming. Certainly this "Afrika" game is photo-realistic and will probably be visually stunning, but it's not the real thing. What do you all think? Can video gaming do photography justice, or should it stick to what it's good at, meddling with the purely non-fictional?