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VIGAMUS - The Video Game Museum of Rome, Rome
(4.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum is indeed somewhat, but is definitely worth a visit if you are interested in games, or when you need a break from all attractions. The staff with the well to understand in English, is very nice and helpful. The exhibits are equipped with Italian and English texts, one should also understand that one of the two languages, otherwise it is very fast with the exhibition. You can try out many new and old games on PC, console, or on slot machines. The highlight was the oculus rift. You could test it only once for 5 minutes, but otherwise she would have been probably also always occupied.
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  • The only museum where you can carry and bring back the children and where everyone can find fun. Staff very exemplary, perhaps because selected from true fans and not at the convenience store salesmen. A section that sounds like a good old game room of 80 years. Amazing virtual reality. Recommend it to everyone! For those visiting Rome!
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  • If you can sound like a nerd or fans you are wrong. This museum has the ability to engage everyone. There are many rare and exclusive pieces. You can also play with historical pieces.
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  • Pretty good VG Museum. Lots of consoles and free to play consoles. Decent attention to details and good hardware. Also tried occulus, but only one demo included in the ticket.
  • It's small but interesting
  • Events and new games, next to the old ones, are usual here
  • 4 stars because part of a rare species of Museum. When the game will be recognized as a work of art to be protected and preserved will always be too late. 5 not because despite the interesting collection can be done still tremendously in terms of choice of Exposition from video games made available for public testing.
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  • Beautiful. That's what I always wanted to do, done well and with lots of "goodies" from prehistory computing. He'll bring some personal piece.
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