What's the accepted marker for adulthood for Americans? Jewish communities host a bar or bat mitzvah for 13 year-olds; Hispanic communites celebrate quinceanera–a ceremony that honors a 15 year-old girl's sexual growth and marriage availability. In general, America celebrates growing up in other ways: driver's permit at 16, driver's license at 18, legal smoking at 19, and legal drinking at 21. Sure, on birthdays we celebrate with cake, ice cream, and gifts, but in the greater scheme we get more responsibilities as we grow older: bills, jobs, thinning hair. For gamers who deal with these tasks, I would add another: dusting off video game consoles.