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Our retrospective is now online

First of all, we wanted to say a big thank you to the entire MEGAMIGS team for organizing the event on September 24 and 25. We had the chance to meet people sharing our passion and to exchange with them.

During the event, we hosted a retrospective on the history of video game consoles. The full retrospective is now online here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dm8OHfjHSUw

The MVM will be at the MEGA

On September 25 and 26, the MVM will be hosting a virtual exhibit as part of the Montreal MEGA. During these two days, you will have the opportunities to discover some long forgotten video game consoles and talk with us.

A special interactive event is also in the works. More on this later 😀

For tickets and additional information, please visit the MEGA‘s website. We hope to see you there.

UPDATE: See the follow up here!

The MVM is one year old!

The MVM is already one year old! Unfortunately, the current context is not for the celebration, but we still wanted to thank you for your support during the past year.

We are confident that we will have the opportunity to celebrate other events soon with you, but until then, keep on playing!

Temporary stop of museum exhibitions

Due to the COVID-19 situation, all planned exhibits have been cancelled. We will update you once new venues are confirmed.

Meanwhile Stay Safe!

Google might open a new studio in Montreal

Montreal could soon be relying on a new video game studio, owned by Google. The Californian company, which recently hired Montreal’s Jade Raymond to run its new games division, Stadia, would have the metropolis in their sight.

Link to the original article (in french) : https://www.lapresse.ca/affaires/techno/201903/29/01-5220190-google-pourrait-ouvrir-un-studio-a-montreal.php