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By Justin Scuiletti
A long-buried copy of the widely panned 1980s video game "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" fetched a new home on earth this week, earning a New Mexico town thousands of dollars in the process.
By PBS NewsHour
By Anthony McCartney, Associated Press
Activision Blizzard Inc. announced Monday that Giuliani and his firm will ask a Los Angeles judge to dismiss Noriega's lawsuit, which claims his likeness was used without permission in the 2012 game, part of its popular "Call of Duty" video…
By Corinne Segal
Adult women are playing video games in greater numbers than ever, and more of them are also speaking out against online sexual harassment.
By Charles Pulliam-Moore
Adult female gamers have unseated boys under the age of 18 as the largest video game-playing demographic in the U.S., according to a recently published study from the Entertainment Software Association, a trade group focused the U.S. gaming industry.
By Andrew Troast
Former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug-trafficker Manuel Noriega is suing the makers of “Call of Duty” for harming his reputation.
At first glance, it might seem like the students who attend the private K-12 New Roads School in Santa Monica, California, are simply playing video and computer games all day. But these students are actually taking part in a new…
By Katie Gould
Welcome to the first installation of “The Teachers’ Lounge,” a forum where the often overlooked voice of teachers can be heard. Through our regular blog we will address trends, best practices and the real challenges educators, students and families face…
By April Brown
It took seven people to create the “Golden Medallion” spy adventure video game and its advertising campaign. They did their own coding, conducted a beta test, created a website, a commercial and an instagram feed, and they came up with…
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