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Anderson and Karen Lawson at their StoryCorps recording in Atlanta in 2015. Diana Guyton hide caption

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Their Dad Transformed Video Games In The 1970s — And Passed On His Pioneering Spirit

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An anonymous bidder won a pristine copy of a 1996 Nintendo Mario 64 for $1.56 million, according to Heritage Auctions. Heritage Auctions hide caption

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Mamma Mia! Super Mario 64 Is The First Video Game To Sell For More Than $1 Million

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Farming Simulator is a realistic farming experience — minus bugs, droughts and disasters. Giants Software hide caption

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This Farming Video Game Is So Popular, People Pay To Watch Gamers Play It

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In "Never Yield," you play as Wally, a mysterious kid who's stolen an important package Aerial_Knight hide caption

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Hear 'Land of the Rising Moon,' from 'Never Yield'

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A new version of the Oregon Trail game for Apple Arcade features improved Native American representation and new playable Native American characters and storylines. Gameloft hide caption

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A New Spin On A Classic Video Game Gives Native Americans Better Representation

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Skateboard Competition Held At New Orleans' Old Airport

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In the Pokémon Snap games, you're not capturing mons and forcing them to fight — you're taking pictures of them in their natural habitats. Screenshot by Kaity Kline/Nintendo hide caption

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With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch

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