Strong National Museum of Play, the only museum anywhere devoted solely to the study and interpretation of play, is pleased to announce the establishment of the National Center for the History of Electronic Games (NCHEG), dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting electronic games and game forms for future generations. The National Center for the History of Electronic Games houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of electronic game platforms and games in the United States (nearly 15,000 items). For more information visit NCGEG.org.
Looks like a cool place. One more reason to visit New York someday...
Looks like a cool place.
Cold, is more like it at this time of year, with the wind off the lakes :) I wouldn't mind checking it out when the weather gets better, tho. If I do, I'll post pictures.
When I go to New York for holiday this will definitely be on my to do list. In Melbourne, Australia we have the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) which has a small section dedicated to video games and some touring game expo's but nothing like NCHEG.