Curt Schilling's dream died quite quickly at 38 Studios


(NECN: Alysha Palumbo, Providence, RI) – Laid off and locked out, the now former employees of 38 Studios came by to clean out their cubicles Friday. Despite the abrupt pink slips, many employees showed their support for the owner of their troubled

Los Angeles — including a former RI lieutenant governor — shared close to $545650 in payments from the state-backed sale of $75 million in taxable revenue bonds for former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's collapsed video-game venture, 38 Studios.

In case you've been living under a rock the last 24 hours or so, one of the biggest stories in the gaming world right now is the collapse of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games. We didn't really cover it, since we're a World of

By Kate Bramson Avalanche Studios, a videogame company with offices in New York and Stockholm, Sweden, held a job recruitment event at the Westin Providence Hotel on Thursday, where they interviewed talent from the troubled 38 Studios.

By Kate Bramson Avalanche Studios, a videogame company with offices in New York and Stockholm, Sweden, held a job recruitment event at the Westin Providence Hotel on Thursday, where they interviewed talent from the troubled 38 Studios.

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