Until April, visitors to New York's Museum of Modern Art will be able to check out "Long March: Restart", which is basically one of (if not the biggest) video games you'll ever play.
Not in terms of the scale of the game itself; it's a 2D platformer, not an expansive role-playing game. But it is on enormous screens, two of them in fact (running on six projectors), and the game is entirely playable.
The work of Chinese artist Feng Mengbo, you control a Red Army soldier fighting evil Red Army soldiers, and amidst all the 8-bit revelry and political statements you'll find cameos from some of video gaming's greats.
It's running until April 4 at MoMA's PS1 site on Long Island, New York. You can see a demonstration of the video below.