The exhibition, which has been on display since late June and has already seen multiple international guests including some of the biggest names in gaming, features 120 playable games from some of the most celebrated game creators of our time.
Te Papa is a museum in central Wellington, and will host the exhibition from 15th December this year to 28th April 2013.
The Te Papa web site reads: "This exciting exhibition showcases some of the most groundbreaking games ever made across arcades, consoles, PC and mobile platforms."
Local developers Halfbrick and Firemint (who recently merged with Iron Monkey to become Firemonkeys) have titles on display, as well as Ken Levine, who's most notable work Bioshock was co-developed with 2K Australia.
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