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  • Gamers play the classics in Orlando

    Leon Essex admits to a bit of small-time thievery as a boy. What harm could taking small change from his father do when he had kingdoms to save and pinball high scores to break? When his father found him out, however, Essex says he offered him a...
  • Blotter: Teens charged with underage drinking in Huntley

    Blotter: Teens charged with underage drinking in Huntley
    The following items were taken from Huntley police reports: Gas was reportedly siphoned from a car while parked in an apartment complex parking lot in the 11800 block of Woodcreek Drive on Nov. 10. A 35-year-old Hammond, Ind., man was arrested and...
  • 6 gifts for the too-cool-for-toys set

    6 gifts for the too-cool-for-toys set
    As kids age out of dolls and action figures, video games often pick up where vivid imaginations left off. We have nothing against a little Minecraft or Skylanders Trap Team. (See our video game gift guide for more from that medium.) But here we aimed...
  • Prices go up for Redbox rentals

    Prices go up for Redbox rentals
    Outerwall Inc hiked prices for renting movies and video games at its Redbox kiosks to help fund improvements in its business as streaming sites reduce demand for DVDs. The cost of renting a DVD will increase to $1.50 per day from $1.20, while rental...
  • Blotter: Man charged with theft of $300 in Pokemon cards in Vernon Hills

    Blotter: Man charged with theft of $300 in Pokemon cards in Vernon Hills
    The following were taken from police reports. A 34-year-old Highwood woman was arrested on Nov. 11 in the 500 block of East Townline Road and charged with the retail theft of $27 in groceries. A 24-year-old Merrillville, Ind., woman was arrested on...
  • Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment

    Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment
    Japanese technology entrepreneur Ken Fukazawa was in San Francisco in March when his geeky friends told him about something awesome coming up in Los Angeles. Walt Disney Co. was opening its doors to selected start-ups for a summer of intensive...
  • ‘That Dragon, Cancer’ brings a serious real-life ordeal to gaming

     
    THE PLAYER One of the first things you hear in Ryan Green's video game is a voice mail. Though it's […]...
  • Columbia Digest

    Holiday craft shop Hand-crafted items will be available at the Hickory Ridge Community Association's Holiday Craft Shop at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at the Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring. Free admission. Information: 410-730-7327. Art exhibits &#...
  • Mini Con provides a creative showcase

    Mini Con provides a creative showcase
    Fans of comics, video games, role playing, cosplaying and more had much to enjoy during the recent Mini Con, staged at a Plantation hotel. Presentations included insight into kimonos, elements of cosplay and character design and storytelling....
  • 'Video Games Live' in Bethlehem: a wild interactive experience

    'Video Games Live' in Bethlehem: a wild interactive experience
    As the orchestral fanfare swelled to a crescendo, the hero raised his shield, deftly blocking the orc's battle axe, and plunged his sword deep into its neck. In an instant he'd pulled it free and spun around, cutting down three charging goblins in a...
  • Where Paul McCartney, virtual reality and a 3D camera collide

    Where Paul McCartney, virtual reality and a 3D camera collide
    Sir Paul McCartney is sitting less than five feet from me at a grand piano, singing his 1973 hit "Live and Let Die." When I turn my head to the right, his drummer is about six feet away. If I swivel 90 degrees, I can see the production crew hoisting...