From our booth at E3, I could see dozens of old tube TVs and what appeared to be aging game consoles. Upon closer inspection, said pile of ancient technology turned out to be part of the Videogame History Museum. This vast collection of trinkets both popular and obscure is a labor of love for people aiming to create a true brick and mortar game museum in Silicon Valley. Undoubtedly a noble pursuit!
So in the waning moments of E3 2011, I grabbed Chris and we took a quick jog around two tables on display. There was so much more to see and play, we just couldn't get to all of it. Head to their official site and support the museum in any way you can - our medium deserves the recognition!
E3 2011: Halo Anniversary Edition interview
Frank O' Connor walks us through every step of re-mastering Master Chief
WTF is up with the power levels in Marvel vs Capcom 3?
Inconsistent character profiles make us flip out with nerd rage