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GAMESCOM-GERMANY/
RTS2N8ZS
August 21, 2019
A gamer wears augmented reality goggles to play a shooting game during Europe's leading digital games...
Cologne, Germany
Computer games fair Gamescom in Cologne
A gamer wears augmented reality goggles to play a shooting game during Europe's leading digital games fair Gamescom, which showcases the latest trends of the computer gaming scene in Cologne, Germany, August 21, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GAMESCOM-GERMANY/
RTS2N8ZQ
August 21, 2019
A gamer adjusts her augmented reality goggles to play a shooting game during Europe's leading digital...
Cologne, Germany
Computer games fair Gamescom in Cologne
A gamer adjusts her augmented reality goggles to play a shooting game during Europe's leading digital games fair Gamescom, which showcases the latest trends of the computer gaming scene in Cologne, Germany, August 21, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
USA/
RTX13ORS
September 17, 2013
Game enthusiasts purchase the latest release of "Grand Theft Auto Five" after the game went on sale at...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Game enthusiasts purchase the latest release of "Grand Theft Auto Five" after the game went on sale at...
Game enthusiasts purchase the latest release of "Grand Theft Auto Five" after the game went on sale at the Game Stop store in Encinitas, California September 17, 2013. The launch comes at a time when then $66 billion video game industry, which has been struggling with flagging sales, is expecting a shot in the arm from holiday game releases and new game hardware like Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTR39F96
October 22, 2012
A man dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
Wuxiang, China
A man dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
A man dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A performance named "Mountain Taihang" is also available where visitors can watch performers put on a live-action show depicting the China-Japan war. The show and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR39F94
October 22, 2012
A woman dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
Wuxiang, China
A woman dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
A woman dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A performance named "Mountain Taihang" is also available where visitors can watch performers put on a live-action show depicting the China-Japan war. The show and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR39F8Z
October 22, 2012
A man dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
Wuxiang, China
A man dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
A man dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A performance named "Mountain Taihang" is also available where visitors can watch performers put on a live-action show depicting the China-Japan war. The show and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR39F8U
October 22, 2012
A boy dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
Wuxiang, China
A boy dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
A boy dressed as a Japanese military soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A performance named "Mountain Taihang" is also available where visitors can watch performers put on a live-action show depicting the China-Japan war. The show and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR39F8T
October 22, 2012
A boy dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
Wuxiang, China
A boy dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game...
A boy dressed as an Eighth Route Army soldier pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A performance named "Mountain Taihang" is also available where visitors can watch performers put on a live-action show depicting the China-Japan war. The show and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR39F70
October 22, 2012
A man pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on a computer game "Stalker", at...
Wuxiang, China
A man pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game at a guerrilla warfare experiential park,...
A man pretends to shoot during a live action role-playing game based on a computer game "Stalker", at a guerrilla warfare experiential park, one of two theme parks, on the outskirts of Wuxiang county, north China's Shanxi province, October 20, 2012. Visitors to the theme parks pay to participate in a dress up action play with performers, where they can choose to role play as soldiers from the Japanese army or the Eighth Route Army, with professional sound and lighting effects. A live-action performance and the parks, located near the former headquarters of the Eighth Route Army, a military group controlled by the Communist Party of China during the Chinese Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, cost the Wuxiang government around 500 million RMB ($80 million) to construct. Picture taken on October 20, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTR38E29
September 25, 2012
Model Scarlett Herzog poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to a photo shoot for the 'Nerd...
Frankfurt, Germany
Model poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to photo shoot for the 'Nerd Dreams Calendar 2013'...
Model Scarlett Herzog poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to a photo shoot for the 'Nerd Dreams Calendar 2013', in Frankfurt September 24, 2012. Harking back to the days of floppy disks, the Nerd Dreams calendar project showcases long-outdated but fondly-remembered computers such as the C64, the Atari ST and Mac SE. The Germany-based team behind this homage to the frontrunners of today's smartphones and tablets PCs are making use of new crowd-funding sites to get financial backing for the project. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR38E1V
September 25, 2012
Model Scarlett Herzog poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to a photo shoot for the 'Nerd...
Frankfurt, Germany
Model poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to photo shoot for the 'Nerd Dreams Calendar 2013'...
Model Scarlett Herzog poses with a historic computer game pistol prior to a photo shoot for the 'Nerd Dreams Calendar 2013', in Frankfurt September 24, 2012. Harking back to the days of floppy disks, the Nerd Dreams calendar project showcases long-outdated but fondly-remembered computers such as the C64, the Atari ST and Mac SE. The Germany-based team behind this homage to the frontrunners of today's smartphones and tablets PCs are making use of new crowd-funding sites to get financial backing for the project. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ACTIVISIONBLIZZARD/CALLOFDUTY
RTXQK24
November 10, 2009
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop...
New York, UNITED STATES
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop...
Customers wait in line to purchase copies of the game "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" at a GameStop store in New York November 10, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
ACTIVISIONBLIZZARD/CALLOFDUTY
RTXQK21
November 10, 2009
Gamers play "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," at a pre-release event held in New York November 9, 2009....
New York, UNITED STATES
Gamers play "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," at a pre-release event held in New York
Gamers play "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," at a pre-release event held in New York November 9, 2009. Activision Blizzard Inc's hugely anticipated "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" video game went on sale early Tuesday morning, welcomed by eager fans who lined up hours in advance of the release. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTXD4FG
March 23, 2009
A man shoots during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", near the village...
SENGILEEVSKOE, Russia
A man shoots during live action role-playing game near village of Sengileyevskoe
A man shoots during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", near the village of Sengileyevskoe in Russia's southern Stavropol region March 21, 2009. The scenario of the game is set in the radioactive exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor after a second fictional disaster where the player has to fight for survival by fending off mutant creatures and dangerous anomalies. Some 70 gaming enthusiasts took part in the role play. Picture taken March 21, 2009. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTXD4ET
March 23, 2009
A man shoots during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", near the village...
SENGILEEVSKOE, Russia
A man shoots during live action role-playing game near village of Sengileyevskoe
A man shoots during a live action role-playing game based on the computer game "Stalker", near the village of Sengileyevskoe in Russia's southern Stavropol region March 21, 2009. The scenario of the game is set in the radioactive exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor after a second fictional disaster where the player has to fight for survival by fending off mutant creatures and dangerous anomalies. Some 70 gaming enthusiasts took part in the role play. Picture taken March 21, 2009. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA SOCIETY)
SPORT MOTOR RACING
RTR1EB02
June 11, 2006
British model Keeley Hazell, the new U.K. female face of the Playstation 'Formula One 2006' computer...
Silverstone, United Kingdom
British model Keeley Hazell sits at British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England
British model Keeley Hazell, the new U.K. female face of the Playstation 'Formula One 2006' computer game, sits in the Midland F1 Racing Team garage for a photocall before the British Grand Prix at the Silverstone race track in Northamptonshire, central England, June 11, 2006. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
LEBANON
RTRKA5D
March 17, 2003
Two Lebanese school children play Special Force, a new computer game
released by Lebanon's Hizbollah...
Beirut, Lebanon
TWO LEBANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN PLAY SPECIAL FORCE COMPUTER GAME.
Two Lebanese school children play Special Force, a new computer game
released by Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group, at an internet cafe in
the southern suburbs of Beirut March 17, 2003. The aim of the game,
released last month, is to shoot down Israelis, including Israeli Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon, who is reviled by Arabs. Syrian and
Iranian-backed Hizbollah waged a war of attrition that helped end
Israel's 22-year occupation of south Lebanon in 2000.REUTERS/Jamal
Saidi REUTERS

JS/FMS
LEBANON
RTRKA52
March 17, 2003
A Lebanese man holds up Special Force, a new computer game released by
Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla...
Beirut, Lebanon
A LEBANESE MAN HOLDS UP SPECIAL FORCE COMPUTER GAME.
A Lebanese man holds up Special Force, a new computer game released by
Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group, at his shop in the southern
suburbs of Beirut on March 17, 2003. The aim of the game, released last
month, is to shoot down Israelis, including Israeli Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon, who is reviled by Arabs. Syrian and Iranian-backed
Hizbollah waged a war of attrition that helped end Israel's 22-year
occupation of south Lebanon in 2000. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi REUTERS

JS/FMS
CRIME GERMANY SHOOTING
RTR4EXO
April 29, 2002
German Cardinal Karl Lehmann observes a minute of silence for the
shooting victims at Gutenberg secondary...
Berlin, Germany
GERMAN CARDINAL LEHMANN OBSERVES MINUTE OF SILENCE FOR ERFURT SHOOTING
VICTIMS.
German Cardinal Karl Lehmann observes a minute of silence for the
shooting victims at Gutenberg secondary school in Erfurt, before a news
conference in Berlin April 29, 2002. Politicians, teachers and clerics
are demanding tougher school protection and bans on the violent videos
and computer games of the sort used by 19-year-old Robert Steinhaeuser,
who executed 16 people and then killed himself in his former school on
April 26. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

CHA/
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTR104XG
September 05, 2000
Argentine fencers Leandro Cristian Marchetti (L) and Alejandra Andrea Carbone (2nd L) take aim as they...
Sydney, Australia
ARGENTINE FENCERS MARCHETTI AND CARBONE PLAY COMPUTER GAMES IN SYDNEY.
Argentine fencers Leandro Cristian Marchetti (L) and Alejandra Andrea Carbone (2nd L) take aim as they play a computer shooting game during a break from training for the Sydney Olympic games September 5, 2000. Both Fencers are competing in their respective Individual Foil competitions. The Games of the XXVII Olympiad will begin on September 15.

JDP/HL/JIR
JAPAN
RTRR081
September 09, 1999
Japanese computer entertainment maker Namuko's promotion woman Masayo Yasmashita demonstrates a new machine...
Tokyo, Japan
NAMUKO'S PROMOTION WOMAN DEMONSTRATES NEW MACHINE GUN SHOOTING GAME IN TOKYO.
Japanese computer entertainment maker Namuko's promotion woman Masayo Yasmashita demonstrates a new machine gun shooting game Crisis Zone at the opening of Amusement Machine Show at Tokyo Big Sight, an international exhibition centre in Tokyo September 9. Seventy-nine companies are taking part in the major exhibition of the arcade games and some 50,000 visitors are expected at the four-day show.

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