Video games as art

From cnet’s “Crave” blog:

“You’re going to find far more cookie-cutter, boring, marketer-designed games in stores than you will genuinely artistic titles, but that’s no different from film, music, or paintings. You might find a hundred Maddens for every Bioshock, but you’ll also find at least a hundred Daddy Day Camps for every Godfather, a hundred Fallout Boys for every Warren Zevon, and a hundred sad clowns for every Mona Lisa.”

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