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Submitted by awesomeoutof 783d ago | opinion piece

The Art of the Game: Asking the Right Questions

Prompted by the Museum of Modern Art's plans to build a video game exhibit, writer David Chandler revisits some of the problems of the great games and art debate, stating that "the question at its core is reductive and small. The flaws inherent to it should set off alarm bells for anyone interested in discussing the matter for one glaring reason: the question of what games are takes away from what games do." (Culture, Dev, Industry, Journey)

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