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Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/11/9 21:58
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Joined 2010/10/22
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There's a videogame exhibit at a museum in Stockholm, Sweden right now and through to April next year. I went there today and they had a buttload of different consoles there. Not all of them though, notable exceptions were:

Philips CD-i
Vectrex
Apple Bandai Pippin
Tiger R-Zone
3DO
Intellivision
Atari 5200
Atari 7800

BUT! They did have...

http://i.imgur.com/22iZeMU.jpg

A Virtual Boy!

It was Mario's Tennis in there by the way. People seemed impressed with it.
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#2
Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/11/10 4:18
PVB Elite
Joined 2013/6/17
Canada
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Nice!

Wish they had stuff like that closer to where I live!
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Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/11/12 6:21
Nintendoid!
Joined 2012/3/13
USA
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THE VIRTUAL BOY LIVES!!!
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#4
Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/12/3 9:36
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Joined 2013/8/23
USA
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Glad to see it's still remembered out in the wild.

Lol...the Pippin, I had truly never heard of that til a month or two ago.
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Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/12/4 2:50
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Joined 2003/7/26
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Is it obscured due to the photo angle, or is the VB really missing its eye-shade? I wonder if they had one to put on, but decided not to expose it to vandalism/theft (or maybe one of those two things already happened to it )
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Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2013/12/4 4:46
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That stand is pretty cool.
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Re: Swedish Videogame Museum Exhibit
Posted on: 2014/3/4 21:19
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Joined 2003/9/3
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I went there last weekend, and it did play Mario's Tennis at first, but when I came back to it a while later it was broken. The mirrors were oscillating, but no image or audio... The cart seemed to be in place too. There was nothing I could do
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