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From ‘Tetris’ to ‘Tomb Raider,’ here are all 24 games that have made it into the World Video Game Hall of Fame

The Strong Museum opened the World Video Game Hall of Fame in 2015, and 24 games have been inducted so far.
Tim Anselimo was at one of the several people shot at a Madden 19 tournament in Jacksonville, Florida last year. The bullet struck him in the right hand and Anselimo has spent months rehabbing and learning a new way to hold the controller. The injury has left him with no feeling in his thumb. (Dustin Franz/for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

This pro gamer returned to competition 8 months after getting injured in a mass shooting and having his thumb surgically reattached

Tim "oLarry" Anselimo was shot 4 times during a mass shooting at a Jacksonville Madden tournament last year. After months of recovery, he's back in the NBA 2K League.
The Carolina Panthers used classic games like "Mortal Kombat 2" to promote their regular season schedule.

The Carolina Panthers made an awesome mash-up of 16 classic video games to reveal their regular season schedule. Here’s every game they referenc...

The Carolina Panthers made a fun video announcing their 2019 schedule. How many of these retro games can you recognize?
"Madden NFL" has been surprisingly accurate when picking the Super Bowl winner.

The ‘Madden NFL’ video game predicts that the LA Rams will beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl

Since 2004, the official "Madden NFL" Super Bowl simulation has picked the winner 10 times in 15 tries.

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ beat out ‘Call of Duty’ to become 2018’s best-seller — these were the 20 best-selling game...

For the first time since 2013, "Call of Duty" isn't the best-selling video game of the year.

Tony Romo tried to prepare for his new TV job by playing ‘Madden,’ but he was too good and it backfired

Tony Romo is good at "Madden" and was too obsessed with winning to listen to the commentary.

Once again, ‘Madden’ correctly predicted the Super Bowl winner

Yes, once again, EA Sports' "Madden" football game franchise correctly predicted who would win the Super Bowl.