Since 2002, UK group Barbican International has been curating a worldwide touring videogame museum called "Game On." It focuses on key developments in gaming history and encompasses 45 years of gaming into one place.

The most recent stop for Game On has been Tokyo, Japan, where it has been held since the beginning of March and will end on May 30th. Inside there are over 150 games to play; from Pong to Minecraft, every era and genre is covered. There are also lots of items for display only, like an original Computer Space arcade game, vintage Nintendo Game & Watches, game magazines and artwork. Since Game On has been in Tokyo, there were also speaking sessions featuring Shinya Arino from Game Center CX, as well as others involved in past and present Japanese game development.

There have been a lot of news of videogame museums opening up recently, including the National Videogame Museum in Frisco, Texas. All the while Game On has been touring countries such as Finland, Israel, and Argentina, as well as The UK. The next stop for Game On is in Oslo, Norway where it runs until the end of January, 2017.

To see what Game On in Japan looked like, check out the video below.