A Dallas suburb approves a million dollar plan for the country's first video game museum.
FOX News Radio's Michelle Pollino reports.
(Sound from PAC-MAN video game)
That is an iconic sound to the boomer generation. It is the legendary PAC-MAN game, and a community development board in a northern Dallas suburb thinks preserving that game and many more in a museum is well worth a million. And, that's the cost they approved to renovate a city museum into the nation's first video game museum.
(Sound from Donkey Kong video game)
The Frisco Community Development Corporation board voted unanimously to approve the deal with the Videogame History Museum - a nonprofit that collects games, consoles and memorabilia tied to the gaming industry, from PAC-MAN to a working prototype of Pong.
Michelle Pollino, FOX News Radio.