The has added a total of to its permanent Architecture and Design Collection since 2012. In 2012, the ran an exhibition on "". However, the reviews of the exhibit were mixed, including questioning whether video games belong in an art museum.
There are many video game museums around the world, including the in and the in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. The in is a dedicated video game museum focusing on playable exhibits of console and computer games. The Video Game Museum in Rome is also dedicated to preserving video games and their history. The at in contains one of the largest collections of electronic games and game-related historical materials in the world, including a 5,000-square-foot (460 m2) exhibit which allows guests to play their way through the history of video games. The in Washington, D.C. has three video games on permanent display: , , and .
Obviously a Rolling Video Games party would be the ultimate party for a group to have fun together at birthdays, events and festivals – but we want to take it a step further here at the station and rent out the gaming truck on a regular basis and put together community gaming tournaments complete with cash and prizes! So stay tuned for those coming soon!