Video Games

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Amesbury Mom And Son Jailed For Selling Black Market Video Games In N.H.

A mother and son charged in a black market business involving stolen video games are serving sentences in New Hampshire.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–05/21/2011

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Looking At The Law: No Doubt

WBZ’s Neil Chayet talks video games and rock bands.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–05/20/2011

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Video Games Are Tearing Marriages Apart

If you ask most parents, they will admit it can be hard to limit the amount of time their kids play video games. Now some adults are having trouble pulling themselves away from these games, and that addiction can tear families apart and ruin marriages.


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Marshfield Voters Will Decide Whether To Allow Video Games Again

After 30 years a South Shore town could be on the verge of allowing video games.


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Looking At The Law: It’s War Both On And Off Line

WBZ’s Neil Chayet talks about a war of the video games.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–03/18/2011

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Video Game Convention Should Bring Boost To Boston Businesses

The newest video and computer games on the market are on display at the Boston Convention Center this weekend.


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Massachusetts Getting Serious About Video Games

So if you want your child to grow up to be a video game designer, Massachusetts could be the place. Soon there will be a “Video Game Institute” in the central part of the state.


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Study: Playing Video Games Can Lead To Health Issues

BOSTON (CBS) – Video games are very popular, and lots of kids are playing them often. Now, a new study says that gaming could be hurting some kids in school and in their social life.


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Schilling’s Game Company’s RI Open Set For May

Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling’s video game company plans to move its headquarters from Massachusetts to Providence on May 1.


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Those Old Electronics Could Still Be Worth Something

Electronics were a huge gift item again this year. That means there are a lot of folks out there with last year’s iPod, phone or video game taking up space in the junk drawer. But there is a fast and easy way to turn that junk into cold, hard cash.





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