Being editor of the Game section and getting to read such wonderful content really is a joy. Here are my top 3 picks for this week.

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What article was your favorite? Let us know in the comments!

Super Mario Bros. Copy Auctions for $114,000

Copy of sealed Super Mario Bros. game

A copy of Super Mario Bros. just became the world’s most expensive game, selling in an online auction for $114,000. Its value comes from several scarce attributes.

William Kovaleski

I did a double take when I read that price! I’d say I’m shocked a game sold for that amount of money, but I know how much “vintage” items go for nowadays. Take a look at William’s article to find out what criteria makes a game so valuable!

Far Cry: New Dawn: A Genuine Review

Far Cry New Dawn and Far Cry 5 graphics side by side

We’re back in Hope County, where everything is flipped upside down. Again. This time, it’s an evil bigger than Joseph Seed. Let’s dive into what Far Cry: New Dawn offers with gameplay, graphics, and characters.

Kaleigh Del Greco

Author Kaleigh doesn’t hold back in giving her honest review of Far Cry: New Dawn. She breaks down the most important aspects of the game from gameplay to characters to graphics. Did this sequel make up for her rage against the ending of Far Cry 5? Read to find out!

Do Knot Miss These Sims 4: Nifty Knitting Stream Highlights

A screencap of the Sims 4: Nifty Knitting Livestream

Sim Guru Conor, joined by Gurus Ninja and Sarah, broadcast a Twitch livestream on July 22 to promote the new features of  The Sims 4: Nifty Knitting stuff pack. Here’s what you missed!

Marina DelGreco

Ever the pun and Sims enthusiast, Marina tuned in to watch the Twitch livestream hosted by Sim Gurus Conor, Ninja, and Sarah to promote the new stuff pack coming out on July, 28 2020. The Sims 4: Nifty Knitting looks like it’s full of cool new items! Plus, the base game update coming out before the pack launches finally serves #JusticeForCowplants – take a look!


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