The latest glaring example of how we got here comes to us compliments of the NFL. Yes, the National Football League and its new program to involve Mom in little Billy’s football practice. I could not believe my eyes (and ears) this morning when I saw this network feature involving NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Moms of teen and pre-teen kids on the football field.
You can start with the makers of the 61 video games on the market that depict the killing of children.
Today’s young surgeons grew up during a time when video games first became popular. While older generations may see the hobby as a waste of time, research indicates that video games may provide young surgeons with better skills and hand-eye coordination.
National Amusements, based in Norwood, Mass., removed the game from a Showcase cinema complex in Yonkers, N.Y.
Melrose Mayor Robert Dolan is starting an anti-violence initiative in his city.
A family wrote a letter to the Mass. Department of Transportation asking that they remove violent video games from the rest stops.
Online game company Zynga Inc. is eliminating games, studios and jobs in a bid to cut costs.
Computers, speaker systems and even a pool table that once belonged to Curt Schilling’s video game company are on the auction block.
Gresh & Zo talked to old friend, former Mayor of Providence, Buddy Cianci to get the details of the Curt Schilling Video Game mess in Rhode Island.
Although the days of 1970s ‘Pac-Man Fever’ may be long gone, the age old idea of arcade games as bar entertainment is still alive and well within many Boston-area establishments. These Boston destinations still provide plenty of opportunities to sink those quarters into some good time arcade action.