Overall, the Computerspiele Museum is pretty decent. There’s some interesting breakdowns of the history, archival footage, displays and even a short section on Soviet made games. But as far as a museum goes, it’s a lot more telling than showing. Writing on well presented walls, videos on a series of screens. Most of the machines there are only playable on some days for preservation, but the collection has a lot of space to balloon as even a lot of retro gaming stores have amassed a more impressive collection than this one you pay a fee to see. The hacked game set ups are a good idea, such as the Painstation, above, which is a variation of Pong but actual shocks, burns and hurt are delivered to your opponent. The museum could benefit from more of that kind of stuff. Just sayin’.