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Submitted by mathsman 639d ago | article

Videogames as Art: Examining the Electronic Mediums

Whenever a new medium comes along, artists and critics are quick to voice their disdain. It happened when affordable printing processes allowed the production of “pulp” fiction, but many of those titles now have a cult following. It happened with movies and it happened again with TV. Today, we accept without question that there are some movies that are just mindless fun and others that are important works of art, providing cultural commentary and making us think about the way we see the world. What about videogames? (3DS, Android, Culture, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Retro, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", The Walking Dead: Episode 5 "No Time Left", Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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