Going to see Faile is different than any other museum experience you’ll have. For one thing, it’s a full sensory overload. Brooklyn artist duo, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, have been friends since high school, and their influences run the gamut of youth culture: punk flyers, comic books and collage are all mainstays in their work. In their exhibit “FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds” at the Brooklyn Museum, they’ve created a fully interactive Deluxx Fluxx Arcade which includes a stand-alone room of hacked 80’s era video games and pinball machines tricked out to include Brooklyn-themed games where you have to parallel park your car or tag a brick wall. Additionally, an adjacent room is covered in neon posters and features fully workable foosball tables. If you can pull yourself away from the action, visit the Faile Temple, a crumbling sculpture that looks like a subway entrance, that you can walk in, and pray to the gamer gods. It runs through October 4, so be sure to get some game time in before then.