The video game genre is a lot like a comic book, and it has a lot in common with the comic book world.
Comics like Batman, Spider-Man, Superman and Wonder Woman have been around for decades.
They are created by talented artists and creators, who bring in millions of fans every year to their worlds.
When you combine that with a thriving online gaming community, the results are pretty spectacular.
While video games have a long history, it’s only recently that they have gotten the attention that they deserve.
The phenomenon of online gaming has exploded in the last few years, and while it may seem like it’s been around since the dawn of time, it is only the beginning.
There’s a lot of buzz around the new “online” video game industry.
It’s an industry that has grown from a niche hobby to a thriving juggernaut, and its members can be found everywhere from gaming conventions to coffee shops to malls.
With its popularity, you can easily miss a trend that’s been going on for a long time.
The online gaming scene is growing at an exponential rate, and we’re seeing a lot more people than ever before become a part of it.
As more and more people participate in this growing industry, we’re starting to see the first signs of its effects on the game itself.
This article originally appeared on BleacherReport.com.