Arthouse Games
by Steel River SaviorMonday, January 3, 2011 [11:12 pm]

I am as high-minded as the next person, probably moreso, but I think this should be pointed out: Roger Ebert is like a hundred years old.

Just as people said that movies would never be real art when they were new, Ebert probably feels the same way about video games. I don't respect critics because they make a career out of judging other people's art. It's not like he's an artist himself. So why should there even be an extended discussion about something relating to his opinion with video games? It's all moot to me...


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