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It may look like something Michael Jackson wore back in the day, but Peter Gronquist's "The Glove of Power" is a fitting tribute to the NES Power Glove.

It may look like something Michael Jackson wore back in the day, but Peter Gronquist’s "The Glove of Power" is a fitting tribute to the NES Power Glove.

Tron is back! "Need for Speed" by the artist known as Plastic God, pays tribute to the light cycles.

Tron is back ! "Need for Speed" by the artist known as Plastic God, pays tribute to the light cycles.

THG video producer Ben Meyer plays with the five and a half foot tall Atari 2600 joystick exhibit, which can actually be used as a working controller.

THG video producer Ben Meyer plays with the five and a half foot tall Atari 2600 joystick exhibit, which can actually be used as a working controller.

"Monkey See, Monkey Do" by Bob Dob is inspired by Rampage.

"Monkey See, Monkey Do" by Bob Dob is inspired by Rampage.

"Luigi Wins in the End" is a playful interpretation of Super Mario Bros. 3 by comic book artist Jim Mahfood.

"Luigi Wins in the End" is a playful interpretation of Super Mario Bros. 3 by comic book artist Jim Mahfood.

"Death Mountain Deliverance" by Jake Kazdal honors Link and The Legend of Zelda.

My personal favorite from the exhibit is Amy Sol's "Peach & Yoshi in Subcon, The Land of Dreams," which presents a different take on the Princess and Yoshi from the Super Mario Bros. series.

My personal favorite from the exhibit is Amy Sol’s "Peach & Yoshi in Subcon, The Land of Dreams," which presents a different take on the Princess and Yoshi from the Super Mario Bros. series.

"Trepidation" by Stephen Daily brings back the old arcade classic Dragon's Lair.

"Trepidation" by Stephen Daily brings back the old arcade classic Dragon’s Lair.

Mike Lomibao's "Go Bucky O'Hare Go!" is a scary take on the old arcade game Bucky O'Hare.

Mike Lomibao’s "Go Bucky O’Hare Go !" is a scary take on the old arcade game Bucky O’Hare.

Brian McCarty's "Frogger" is another one of my personal favorite's from the show.

Brian McCarty’s "Frogger" is another one of my personal favorite’s from the show.

"Belmont and the Count" is Nic Cowan's vision of Castlevania, one of my favorite all-time games.

"Belmont and the Count" is Nic Cowan’s vision of Castlevania, one of my favorite all-time games.