January and February schedule announced for London's Science Museum event, including presentation by Lego Star Wars creator Jonathan Smith.
The last few talks for London's video game exhibition at the Science Museum have been announced. The evening events for 2007 start with Margaret Robertson, the editor of Edge magazine, discussing "Why We Play Games" on January 16. The next talk will take place on January 22, when Dr Chris Doran of software developer Geomerics will discuss "Video Games: The Look of the Future," examining what games of the future will look like and the limits of what can be created onscreen. On February 2, a panel of speakers from the International Game Developers Association will present "Games Gone By: A History of Video Games." The closing event, titled "Building a Computer Game," will take place on February 6 and will be hosted by Lego Star Wars creator Jonathan Smith, head of production at TT Games. Smith will take visitors through the development process of the series, from the concept to the shop shelf. All talks will take place between 7 p.m.and 8 p.m. and will cost £7, or a £10 ticket can be bought which includes entry to the Game On exhibition. Game On will continue to run until February 25.
Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago has something like that. It's pretty cool,the more you progress down the hall,the further into modern gaming you get(it starts at like atari and stuff,gets to NES,then Super Nes,N64M,PS1,XBOX,PS2,Gamecube,Xbox 360,Wii,PS3,and best of all,free DDR!
lol, I went to it, played the Wii, they let me back into the Exhibition :P Well... the only game that was worth playing there was Guitar Hero! Most of the others weren't that interesting... but if i can be arsed, I'll go to the closing event "building a computer game"...
that is all fake they put up crap games like world cup 1998, which i see as an abysml game and the graphics of the games are cr*p
It was better when I went, but that was just after opening. They didn't have a Wii or PS3 when I went, because they weren't out yet!
Ha, yeah, ok then. I went there, i was all excited and i thought it was gonna be awesome. No, not only were half the machines broken, the layout was aweful, half the information painted on the walls was wrong, they were missing some major games in gaming history. But most of all, it was just poorly run. And all te chav kids running about the place was mind blowing! Seriously, the Playstation 3 was a bad choice for an inclusion, not to mention you had to LEAVE the event if you want to play on either it or the Wii. The development/character section was at least a little better, but it was not very informative or interesting other than a pair of storyboards from Max payne and GTA3. Other than those it was just "Code! Code makes videogames, here is some code from GTA3! " *500 lines of code with no explanation* What use is that? It's not even interesting, it's just code hanging on the wall... So yeah, huge dissapointment, but at least they made an effort i suppose...
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