Video Games: You Ought to Be in Pixels

Video games have gone Hollywood. That makes these five the newest entertainment moguls

You can tell that James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing is a video game the same way you can spot the difference between a painting and a person. But people in the next room can't. They hear the voices of the real Pierce Brosnan and Judi Dench bantering about the usual enjoyable spy nonsense--nuclear suitcases from Tajikistan!--as created by veteran Bond screenwriter Bruce Feirstein (GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies). "You're either terrified of the future or you embrace it," says Feirstein, who had never written a game before. "Games are the future. I'd write another one in a heartbeat."

Feirstein is not...

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