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Unopened 1987 Nintendo video game could sell for $10,000

An unopened copy of a 1987 cult classic video game that a Nevada man found in the attic of his childhood home is expected to sell for up to $10,000 at an online auction. Scott Amos found the pristine copy of Nintendo’s “Kid Icarus” in May.

Graveyard Keeper: Way-too-soon preview

1980's retromania is everywhere you look these days, from Stanger Things on Netflix to the re-release money grab of the NES Classic. This is the perfect time to revisit the pixelated video games of the 80's with a charming tale from tinyBuild and Lazy Bear Games, "Graveyard Keeper."

Prey (2017): Inspired first hour gives way to tedious trudge

Arkane Studios, makers of the Dishonored series, have lovingly created a world that gives players the freedom to tackle obstacles how they wish. But the narrative payoff just isn't as great as in the games it's trying to emulate, and portions of the gameplay feel unpolished.

Microsoft’s Minecraft is heading to China

“Minecraft,” the popular Microsoft -owned world-building video game, is heading to China. Microsoft on Friday announced a deal with NetEase, a Chinese online-services company, to develop and sell mobile and personal-computer versions of “Minecraft” tailored for the Chinese market.

Rhode Island, Wells Fargo charged with fraud for 38 Studios deal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday charged Rhode Island’s economic development agency and Wells Fargo with defrauding investors for the state’s disastrous $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the failed video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.