What Bushnell sees is a vast market of video game players who mostly play those games in isolation. "Games have historically been vehicles for socialization, not sitting alone in your underwear," he told Newsweek. His restaurant, Media Bistro, aims to bring gamers together for a shared-gaming experience. The first one, a 300-seat operation, is set to open in West Los Angeles this fall. The centerpiece of each table and bar stool will be a two-sided touch-screen monitor. It will do ...

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