Exhibit celebrates Nexon’s 25-year history
For gamers, the overall format of the exhibition will be quite familiar. Each visitor is presented with a wrist band that they must tag on at each exhibit in order to enjoy the content that has been prepared for them. When visitors have experienced everything offered at the exhibition, they are presented with printed results of their experience during their stay. Those who have a Nexon ID can log on using their IDs in the beginning, and have their gaming history printed out along with the results from the exhibit.
Other exhibits such as “Hidden Track” from the racing game Kart Rider, Maple Story’s “Dimension Library” and Sudden Attack’s “The 3rd Supply Base” are all worth a try. While fans of the games will get to interact with their favorite games in a way they have never done before, those unfamiliar with the game will get to see how art can bring them closer to gaming even without prior knowledge to the content.
Visitors making their second visit to the exhibit are given magnifying glasses, which will allow them to find hidden messages and content within the exhibition. Admission is free. Art Sonje Center is closed every Monday.
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