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EA as tourism: Hong Kong EA Experience detailed
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EA may earn its share of hate from the gaming community, but it canalso develop or publish some great games. Siliconera's Spencer Yipvisited Victoria Peak in Hong Kong and found the EA experience. Our favorite/most-hated publisher is now a tourist destination?  

"Victoria Peak is one of the sightseeing spots in Hong Kong. Aftertaking a fifteen minute tram ride you can see a stunning view of thecity. Before you can climb up to view the city lights you run into theEA Experience," Spencer wrote, before showing off the games, the store,and the collectibles shown at the location. Although it seems prettypaint by the numbers in terms of a gaming attraction, it still lookslike a neat place to hit up if you're ever in Hong Kong. Hit the linkfor more shots of what you'll see there.

One of the reasons I like traveling is to see the variousgaming-related tourist stops around the US. The first time I went toNew York to visit a developer, I took advantage of the few hours I hadbefore my plane ride out by walking around and sight-seeing. I stumbledon the Nintendo World Store and I spent a good hour or so looking atits collections of hardware, Nintendo collectibles, and all the coolT-shirts and other items that are either rare elsewhere or exclusive tothe World Store. If you're ever in the area, it's definitely worth astop.

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