VIGAMUS - The Video Game Museum of Rome, Rome

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  • A beautiful day – full of information and fun! For all ages: you learn while having fun. You can also try the old games that bring back thirty years. Many surprises and new experiences with various educational activities and the "Oculus". Absolutely not to be missed! A great day out for all ages – packed with information and excitement! Have fun while Learning. Take yourself back 30 years by playing some of the classics like Pacman and Space Invaders! Many new experiences too and various teaching activities for the younger ones. Don't miss the "Ocuclus" room!
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  • Return to the Vigamus is always a pleasant experience for the younger ones, happy to spend time not only to play and engage with others but also to dream, daydream. And maybe even older people do not hide that nostalgia for games of "prehistory" which will connect to the tv or portable ... other than the ones now, with high definition screens, to play online, etc. and then I welcome the carefree enjoyment for all ages and all budgets!
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  • A beautiful ludca and intellectual experience. A journey through social and technical transformations introduced by this new way of playing. 50 workstations game to try, from Space invaders to the virtual experience firsthand with Oculus Rift. The folks there are very friendly, the ticket is valid for the entire day and you can come and go freely. Recommended the guided tour.
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  • We had a great time here. Lots of game stations to play, interesting items from the Atari landfill 'myth' and more. Really cool for people interested in gaming.
  • This place is a must visit for video game freak specially retro head . You can enjoy seeing old consoles from Golden age and some working consoles around with retro taste as well . Just make sure you take your time and read what's written about each gaming console .
  • Cool little museum with lots of games to play after you visit the main exhibit. This is a great place to spend a few hours playing old games and reading a bit of video game history.
  • Quite a lot to see for a small place. A lot of focus is on the history, so they have many different old systems. Thought the Wreck it Ralph arcade game was really fun and unique. It would be nice if the gift shop had more stuff to choose from.
  • If you're a fan of video games, you'll love this place. It has a huge amount of history, and plenty of systems for you to play. Highly recommended!

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