Gunpei Yokoi, who sadly killed in an auto accident in 1997, was a gaming wizard. A new exhibit in Tokyo's Harajuku pays its respects to Yokoi's legacy.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Yokoi created a wide array of toys for Nintendo. Later he would create Nintendo handheld devices like the Game & Watch and the Nintendo Game Boy. He also designed games like Metroid.

The exhibit runs until August 29. It has used Game Boys and Love Tester reproductions available for purchase.

懐かしの玩具を多数展示「横井軍平展 -ゲームの神様と呼ばれた男-」フォトレポート [インサイド via Tiny Cartridge]

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy

From Game Boy To Virtual Boy, An Exhibit Of Gunpei Yokoi's Legacy