Of course you can accuse me and my consorts to be computergame-aficionados, but the importance of computergames, not only for culture and society, but for technology and economy as well, meanwhile is ↑percepted more ↑and more. Hence it is a shame that computergames still are somewhat underrepresented museum- and exhibitionwise. Stanford’s ↑Henry Lowood has ↑aptly put it: ‘Since the late 20th century, cultural history includes digital game culture. It is not only the case that the history of this medium will be lost if we do not preserve the history of digital games, but also that we will not be … Continue reading