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Violent Video Games Removed From Mass. Rest Stops After Newtown Shooting

A family wrote a letter to the Mass. Department of Transportation asking that they remove violent video games from the rest stops.


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Zynga To Close Boston Office, Cut 5 Percent Of Its Staff

Online game company Zynga Inc. is eliminating games, studios and jobs in a bid to cut costs.


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Items From 38 Studios On The Auction Block

Computers, speaker systems and even a pool table that once belonged to Curt Schilling’s video game company are on the auction block.


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Gresh & Zo: ‘Buddy’ Cianci On The Curt Schilling Mess

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.

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Boston’s Best Bars With Arcade Games

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.


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PAX East Opens In Boston

More than 70,000 people are expected to attend PAX East at the Boston Convention Center this weekend.


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Online Gaming Could Expose Kids To Cyber Bullying, X-Rated Content

When your child takes video games online and starts interacting with players, all content ratings go out the window.


Screen shot of 38 Studios game. (Photo Credit: Kingdoms of Amalur – Reckoning on Facebook)

Schilling’s First Video Game Hits Stores

Curt Schilling has moved on from the “Old Ballgame” to the video game world.


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Gaming Sites Criticized For Allowing Kids To Pay Cash By Mail

Paula Ebben has a warning about gaming sites that make it easy for kids to go behind their parents back.


Video game boxes are seen at Play n Trade video game store June 27, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Today, the United States Supreme Court struck down a California law banning the sale of violent video games to minors. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Supreme Court Rules Against Ban On Violent Video Game Sales To Kids

States cannot ban the sale or rental of ultraviolent video games to children, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.





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