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Museum of Mechanics: Lockpicking – an interesting experience for video game history buffs | Games

Museum of Mechanics is a fascinating concept – a virtual hall of exhibits, featuring faithfully recreated examples of an idea (in this case, lock picking) from games throughout history, as well as the explanation and analysis of each by the curator. The intended audience is game developers, but it’s nice for anyone interested in the […]

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“NHL 22” to include women’s teams, first time in video game history

American hockey player Hilary Knight played a lot of video games with her three younger brothers when she was little. “We kind of lived on ‘NHL 98’,” Knight said. “I always wanted to play the goalie. Specifically, Knight enjoyed playing as a Czech goalkeeper Dominik hasek. She even inspired her to support her own club […]

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Elden Ring Game Awards trailer tells the story of the game

A new Elden Ring trailer debuts at the 2021 Game Awards, revealing the history of conflict in the world of FromSoftware’s latest game. For the second year in a row, Ancient ring won the most anticipated game at the Game Awards, solidifying its place as one of the hottest games of the current generation and […]

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Halo Infinite: How to View Game History and Multiplayer Stats

Halo Infinite is already present for Microsoft. With the campaign mode scheduled for December 8, the multiplayer facet is accessible to all in free format to play. After a week of arena battles, the community is wondering if there is a way to view the battle history. We tell you how. How to improve controller […]

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Interview with inventor Don Rawitsch.

Fifty years ago this winter, a young student teacher by the name of Don Rawitsch presented his eighth grade American history class with a computer game about the Westward Expansion that he had developed with his colleagues Bill. Heinemann and Paul Dillenberger. The game, called The Oregon Trail, would sell over 65 million copies, many […]

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Bo Jackson makes video game history again with his first Madden cover – the Undefeated

Did you know that Bo … has already had his own video games? Bo Jackson, a former NFL running back for the Los Angeles Raiders and Major League outfielder, is the only player to be named Pro Bowler in football and All-Star in baseball. So, in 1990, the American toy maker Tiger Electronics released a […]

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10 most iconic knights in video game history

The game world is populated, with each title bringing with it a host of unique and memorable characters who have become an integral part of the game’s rich and illustrious history. These characters end up successfully completing a number of tasks and responsibilities. , the role of knight being the most demanding and the noblest […]

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Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game History

The Arizona Fall League started some kind of All-Star Game show in 2006, first called Rising Stars Showcase, then Rising Stars Game. It’s been known as the Fall Stars Game since 2013, but whatever you call it, it’s been a staple over the years for those who care about the future of baseball, with future […]

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9 black league baseball stars who dominated the game

Until Jackie Robinson broke the Major League Baseball color line in 1947, professional baseball opportunities for black Americans were mostly limited to the black leagues. These leagues showcased impressive talent, from powerful hitters Buck Leonard and Josh Gibson to pitchers Satchel Paige and Joe “Smokey” Williams. Thirty-five Black League players have been inducted into the […]

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Preserving the history of video games

by Rylan Louis Vanacore | published on October 20, 2021 IIt’s hard to imagine a time without video games. They have become an almost essential entertainment tool for people today. In recent years however, with many technological changes, people have asked what can we do to preserve yesterday’s games and culture for future generations? What […]