Paris has a brand new online game museum
Paris just lately added La Musée du Jeu Vidéo (The Museum of Video Recreation) to its lengthy listing of museums housing world well-known artistic endeavors. For €10 ($thirteen.38), Parisians and guests to the town can discover the historical past of video games on the roof of La Grande Arche de la Protection — that is solely €zero.50 greater than the worth of admission to Le Louvre (€10)!
Because the museum opened on April 14, a number of of its first guests have documented their expertise. French newspaper 20 Minutes has a smattering of photographs and YouTube consumer “bsyphillis” shot a pair movies of the museum’s console shows (embedded after the break), each engaging us to skip out on this entire “Joystiq factor” and hop a aircraft to France this night. Even when you’re not so into video video games (wait, why are you studying this website?), La Grande Arche presents some pretty spectacular views of the town, making it vital different/household-pleasant. In the event you go to, be happy to purchase us a completely candy t-shirt.
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