The Academy of Arts and Sciences (AIAS) holds its annual DICE (Design, Innovate, Communicate, Entertain) awards to recognize outstanding video games and the individuals who bring them to life., Basically, they're like the Oscars of the gaming industry. Today, they're opening an interactive exhibit at The Strong's National Museum of Play in Rochester, NY to showcase winners and significant titles across gaming history.The exhibit will feature a touchscreen exploring the history of the Academy, which has celebrated achievements in video gaming for 20 years. There will be a Greatest Hits section featuring Game Of The Year winners from Goldeneye to Fallout 4, along with a case full of artifacts and documents pulled up from the museum's vaults. The Strong Museum plans to keep the exhibit open year-round, updating it annually after each series of awards.
The Strong Museum opens a DICE Awards exhibitArtifacts from current and classic games will be up for viewing year-round.
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