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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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TripAdvisor
  • Really nice, well organized and very inexpensive. There are many locations to play, games 80 years to date. Staff very kind and helpful staff, I think some of the rooms are poorly ventilated
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  • If you want to make your children discover the first video games c is the opportunity (Space invader PAC man...) over 50 games a try
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  • The memories are the emotions that are difficult to find, impossible to buy but going to Rome from Vigamus was for me how to do a blast from the past ... The collection that the museum displays and very well taken care of and the history of video games is well explained through panels and screens scattered on the walls as well as display cases crammed with console starting from the legendary Odyssey Magnavox until xBox today. There are cabs historians as Hang-On and Fix It Felix over to Mame divided by type (Beat them up, Coin op etc.) where you can play without limit of time. Staff friendly, pleasant and courteous a must for all gamers or like me fans retrogamers. Thank you
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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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