Retrogame Museum Project Exhibition – Part 3

The second section of the exhibition, contained more consoles and also an area with consoles and TVs set up so you could try out various consoles and games (a German Zelda game, a Nintendo Virtual Boy, Epoch Cassette Vision, amongst others)

Second Area

Second Area


Games from around the world

Games from around the world

Pac-Man Board Game

Would love this Pac-Man board game

Board games

Board games

There were consoles from all over the world. These are mainly Western consoles, donated from fans and supporters of the organisation.

Many Western Consoles

Many Western Consoles

This was my first ever console! Many hours were spent playing squash, football and tennis (all were basically “pong”!).

Binatone

Binatone

Western Consoles

Western Consoles

Lazer Tennis

Lazer Tennis

The French console OC 6000.

OC 6000 - French Console

OC 6000 – French Console

A Russian console.

Russian Console

Russian Console

SEGA Computers

SEGA Computers

They had a selection of broken consoles on display. The owner of JARGA fixes some consoles and even builds parts that are no longer available like the N64 controller parts that can be seen on the left of the Famicom.

Broken Consoles

Broken Consoles

In need of repair

In need of repair

There was also a large selection of different controllers and joysticks from various consoles, from around the world.

Joysticks/Controllers

Joysticks/Controllers

And also fake consoles that had been bought or donated from around the world (mainly from Asia it seems).

Fake Consoles

Fake Consoles

Fake Consoles

Fake Consoles

There were also several consoles you could sit down and play, including these two very old consoles I’d never seen or played before.

Yosaku

Yosaku

Epoch Cassette Vision

Epoch Cassette Vision

Scramble...kinda

Scramble…kinda

Unknown Console

Unknown Console

This was an excellent exhibition, organised with a lot of love, care and passion. I believe there are plans to hold more exhibitions in the future, so definitely worth looking out for if you get the chance.

Keep an eye on their website for details : http://jarga.or.jp/

 

I took some video of the exhibition so when I get time to edit that, I’ll post it up on my YouTube channel.

 

Part 2

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