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National Videogame Museum set to open in December

The National Videogame Museum announced today that it will open the doors to its first permanent home next month.

Based in Frisco, Texas, the museum will debut with a variety of displays including a replica 1980s arcade, a console history timeline, a hall dedicated to head-to-head games as well as a collection of rare artifacts including a Sega Neptune prototype and an Atari Mindlink controller.

During its 25-year history, the not-for-profit National Videogame Museum has amassed a collection amounting to thousands of games, consoles and objects. Generally, limited exhibitions have taken place at game events like GDC and E3. You can find out more about the museum here.

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