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The Gameinformer Vault was a cool thing to look at. It was so cool to see the history that the staff had collected in that room but it also got me a little jealous. I mean, I wish I had some of the games that they had in there. It probably took a long time for them to collect and do such a feat. I am glad that they did this because it was fun to see all those games and it also brung back many memories of when I played some of those games. It was a pretty amazing sight. Did anybody else's mouth gap open when they saw this collection. Who liked this interesting feature??
i wish i could do something like that but because i don't have the money to go out and buy every game i have to sell the last game i played, and i lose so many good memories
I agree. The GI vault is amazing.
I loved the vault, if Gameinformer would allow private trips to the building and let the public see what its like to build one of the best gaming magazines ever I would definitely go out and buy them right now.
I know that I would seriously pay money to take a peek into it if I ever made it to Minnesota, but obviously the amount of tourists nosing their way around the workplace would create a hassle for the staff to put up with. I do wish that they could at least have a cool video feature on it sometime.
Yes your right and a video would be a great idea I really hope they would do that.