Just in time for the arrival of next-gen consoles, residents in the town of Marshfield, Massachusetts are going to be able to play Pac-Man publicly for the first time in over three decades.
Gamers have good reason for feeling beat up as the American conversation on gun violence seems to lurch inevitably toward scary scary video games as a scapegoat. The Entertainment Consumers Association—the voice of the gamers—went to Washington last week and came back convinced that lawmakers have made up their minds…
Massachusetts' Department of Transportation pulled a Time Crisis cabinet and seven other light-gun video games from rest-stop arcades along the Massachusetts Turnpike, after the parents of a 12-year-old complained they were inappropriate, reports The Boston Globe. The removal was attributed to the Dec. 14 gun massacre…
Mario wasn’t fast enough to save Princess Peach from captivity in the Video Game Castle of Chicopee, Massachusetts, as captured by Kotakuite Lyphted this weekend.
"They appear to have crossed the line from virtual reality to reality," said Police Chief Lou Pachec of the two teens who allegedly threw Molotov cocktails at an apartment building in Raynham, Massachusetts over the weekend.
From the creation of Spacewar! at MIT in 1961 to today's release of The Beatles: Rock Band from Cambridge-based Harmonix, Massachusetts celebrates video game innovation today with an official holiday.