Pirates, we’ve found these little underrated gems around the world for you to put on your gaming bucket list! We hope you feel consoled by just how cool they are...
A world-famous hub of gaming, manga and anime, you won’t want to miss out on this eclectic area of Tokyo. It is packed with huge centres dedicated to games galore, in addition to all of your electronic needs! It's an essential addition to your Tokyo bucket list!
American Classic Arcade Museum
Based in New Hampshire, over 300 classic coin operated games from the 70’s & 80’s line the aisles. Ok, so it's not strictly a “video” game museum, but it's still interesting to see how these retro games shaped today's high-tech landscape.
See more here: http://www.classicarcademuseum.org/mission2.php
Yep, a whole museum dedicated to computer games! Boasting over 300 interactive exhibits, it even includes a 1980’s video arcade!
Even more peculiar is the “pain station”, where if you lose the game you get an electric shock from the winner!
Yeah - we'll stick to writing FIFA apology notes, tah!
Find out more here: http://www.computerspielemuseum.de/1190_Startseite...
Amsterdam Gaming Hotel
If you're so dedicated to gaming that you'd like your digs to be decked out in it, we've got you! The Amsterdam Gaming Hotel is the worlds first hotel entirely dedicated to video games.
Each room is equipped with a retro console and a flat screen TV to challenge your fellow travellers with!
Meltdown Bar, Caledonian Rd, London.
If you’re looking for a little something closer to home, then look no further than the Big Smoke itself! Meltdown Bar in London is an eSports bar where you can drink, game and be merry. Everything from the cocktails, TV’s and the even the staff are all themed accordingly.
See more here: https://www.meltdown.bar/london/menu