Cory Arcangel was at the Whitney when I was in New York. I saw it on the first day I was there in a Jet lagged funk, so everything seemed a little surreal to me. And hear was this show that had a focus on old technologies that was so related to my own current research. The first room that you came to was this huge high ceiling cavernous room with the bowling work that is described in the video below. Each projection was so big that the "bowler" was almost life size, which added to the horror that Cory discusses. Instead of doctoring the cartridge to bowl gutter balls each time he doctored the game controllers to do it which was a little bit of detail that I appreciated.
There was also a work based around a play station golf game which he had doctored the actual game disk. You could interact and play the game but no matter what you did the ball would always shoot off to the far left of the screen. The security guard who was looking after it though it was a great old joke.