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This photo provided by ZeniMax Online Studios shows a scene from the video game, "The Elder Scrolls Online" (AP Photo/ZeniMax Online Studios)

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This photo provided by Sucker Punch Productions shows a scene from the video game, "inFamous: Second Son." (AP Photo/Sucker Punch Productions)

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This photo provided by Nintendo shows a scene from the video game, "Mario Kart 8." (AP Photo/Nintendo)

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Chinese actor Wang Taili, right, speaks next to film director and actor Xiao Yang on stage as they promote their new movie “Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon” in Beijing Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. An online microfilm that was watched by millions and helped to establish a genre in China is to be made into a feature-length movie and shown in the country’s cinemas. The planned debut of “Old Boys” in China’s cinemas in May after ratcheting up almost 70 million views on a video website demonstrates how online films are influencing the traditional film industry. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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Chinese film director and actor Xiao Yang speaks on stage as he promote his new movie “Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon” in Beijing Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. An online microfilm that was watched by millions and helped to establish a genre in China is to be made into a feature-length movie and shown in the country’s cinemas. The planned debut of “Old Boys” in China’s cinemas in May after ratcheting up almost 70 million views on a video website demonstrates how online films are influencing the traditional film industry. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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Chinese film director and actor Xiao Yang, right, and actor Wang Taili, left, speak on stage as they promote their new movie “Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon” in Beijing Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. An online microfilm that was watched by millions and helped to establish a genre in China is to be made into a feature-length movie and shown in the country’s cinemas. The planned debut of “Old Boys” in China’s cinemas in May after ratcheting up almost 70 million views on a video website demonstrates how online films are influencing the traditional film industry. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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Chinese film director and actor Xiao Yang, second from left, and actor Wang Taili, center, pose with the dancers on stage as they promote their new movie “Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon” in Beijing Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. An online microfilm that was watched by millions and helped to establish a genre in China is to be made into a feature-length movie and shown in the country’s cinemas. The planned debut of “Old Boys” in China’s cinemas in May after ratcheting up almost 70 million views on a video website demonstrates how online films are influencing the traditional film industry. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

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Jeremy Stoppelman, chief executive and co-founder of Yelp.com, defends his Web site as it deals with transparency issues. Some business owners and consumers are struggling to understand how user-generated sites, such as Yelp.com, operate. (Associated Press)