40°
Submitted by KingJFS 1100d ago | article

Nostalgia Goes A Long Way at Art of Video Games Exhibit

Warp Zoned writes:

"The Smithsonian American Art Museum was full of a new kind of art this weekend: “The Art of Video Games,” their newest exhibit. While many joked about the absence of Roger Ebert, mostly there was an atmosphere of awe and reverence. It was a relief to see this much-contested medium celebrated instead of seeing it as the dispute of some controversial legislature. To many gamers present that weekend, the nostalgia felt a lot like our childhoods: it felt like home." (Culture, Industry, Retro)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

How to Conquer Exo Survival Mode in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

1h ago - In this article, GamerU provides players with tips on winning out in Exo Survival Mode in Call of... | PC
30°

How to Beat the Shadows of Yharnam in Bloodborne

1h ago - Being that the Shadows of Yharnam become progressively more powerful over a relatively short amou... | PS4
Ad

Help Myriad get through Steam Greenlight!

Now - Myriad is a twin-stick shooter that grows more beautiful the better you play, where you build and then destroy the game space in glorious chain rea... | Promoted post
30°

Here's What Halo Online Looks Like, and How It Plays

1h ago - "Halo Online is an upcoming FPS designed for Russian audiences only, with no (present) plans to b... | PC
30°

The Quarterly Report: January – March 2015 Gaming Review

1h ago - Gary Swaby at The Koalition writes: Welcome to the first episode of The Quarterly Report for 2015... | Industry
40°

Hands-on Preview PAX East 2015: Game 4 | Entertainment Buddha

1h ago - For Entertainment Buddha: "The Behemoth puts out wacky challenging games like Castle Crashers and... | PC