The Digital Game Museum and Limited Run Games have collaborated on a very interesting project, so we got in touch with the museum to talk a bit about it.
PS4Blog: Hi Dave! I know you, and you know me, but our readers probably don’t, so could you please introduce yourself and tell them a bit about your work?
Sure! I’m Dave Beaudoin. I’ve been working with the Digital Game Museum (http://www.digitalgamemuseum.org) for about three years as a Board Member and Collections Manager, and right now I’m serving as the interim Executive Director of the museum.
We are a non-profit, volunteer-based organization located in Santa Clara, California, just a few miles from the original Atari headquarters. We’ve been operating for seven years and are one of the oldest professionally managed museums dedicated to the preservation of game culture and history in the United States. Our collection covers games, consoles, internal company documentation, and marketing collateral from the 1970s up until today, and is held in trust for the public, which means that it belongs to anyone reading this interview!
Another strong lineup for another month that Sony has managed to bring to the PS4. You can choose to be an Assassin or a demolitions expert. Check out what has joined the PS Plus lineup this month inside!!!
Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception is a visual novel/tactical RPG from Atlus available now on PS Vita and PS4. It is the first of a pair of games we’ll be getting this year set in the same universe. Want to learn more? Then read our Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception!
NIS America is hard at work on bringing Yomawari: Midnight Shadows to the US! This is the sequel to the excellent Yomawari: Night Alone, a game I loved playing on PS Vita, as you can see from my review.
We’ll be getting a Limited Edition version for the game on PS Vita and PS4, which you can check below.