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Location: National Video Game Museum
Type: Arcade
Updated: Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Web Site: Click Here
Address: 8004 North Dallas Parkway
Frisco, TX 75034
By The Numbers
Games: 50
Unique Games:
World Records: 0

A culmination of over 30 years of archiving and research, The National Videogame Museum expands on the standard artifact-display point of interest, placing a great deal of importance on the people who created the industry and the stories they have to tell. The museum was founded by John Hardie, Sean Kelly, and Joe Santulli, the creators of the long-running Classic Gaming Expo. Long before there was mainstream interest in classic or “orphaned” games, each had been privately gathering physical artifacts, memorabilia, and information.

Artifacts come from every era of gaming - from rare consoles, to handheld devices, prototypes, computers, virtual reality, board games, memorabilia, arcades and more! Don't miss the giant Pong machine! The arcade section using tokens, but there are a few units that are display only.

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