Wow seeing some of that takes me back to 1986, coming home after school to play Atari 2600 and NES.. Oh the nostalgiaSo there's this Gaming event thing in a museum here. They've put it on for like four weeks, and I went on Friday to check it out.
They have a room set up, with over 180 games. There were screens and consoles everwhere. And it wasn't just new stuff, they had pretty much every single non-hand-held console since ever. There was an original Pong set up, a load of old Atari consoles, a ZX Spectrum, All 4 playstations, every nintendo system, dreamcasts, a 20-person Halo multiplayer, a virtual reality console, and a bunch of PC games spanning my lifetime and then some... all playable at our leisure. They ran a few casual tournaments (I came third in the Street Fighter one). It was gaming heaven