Psychedelic lights, frantic rhythms and vibrant atmospheres. The exhibit Tokyo Arcade - 東京アーケード puts the visitor in the both virtual and extremely real dimension of Japan: the one of the iconic Pachinko (ぱ ちんこ) arcades and the passion for mobile games, played in every moment of the day. In a society like this, where video games are part of everyone’s life, becoming a sheer symbol of our times, the pictures of this exhibit show the magic of everyday life: from the streets to the arcades, from the portable consoles to the gaudy coin-ops, welcome to contemporary Japan. The exhibit, in cooperation with "La compagnia delle Foto" and curated by Micaela romanini, Head of Research Center - VIGAMUS Foundation, will be held from May 31st to July 3rd, 2016.
From the desert of Alamogordo to Rome, the symbols of the collapse of the video game industry in 1983 are displayed at VIGAMUS. A journey to discover one of the most fascinating legends ever known in the history of video games, among the objects found in the excavations of the desert of New Mexico, donated to the italian video game museum in world exclusive.
Discover The World of Goichi Suda, a special area dedicated to the famous game designer Suda 51, with handmade artworks and sketches from The Silver Case and No More Heroes. The most famous titles are playable through four interactive stations.
A Conspiracy as old as History, where the line between good and evil is not always shown. Assassin 's Creed is displayed at VIGAMUS, in the special exhibition Assassin's Creed_Files. An entire room dedicated to the historical fiction phenomenon signed by Ubisoft acclaimed all over the world. In the exhibition, visitors can immerse themselves in the universe of the series, with a selection of artefacts, artworks and collectibles, relating to Assassin's Creed, experiencing all the chapters of the series in free play. Along the walls, interesting facts and insights will tell the Story of the series ... under the eyes of Connor Kenway statue, the hero of AC III.