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Submitted by TheMrFraz 722d ago | opinion piece

Reconsidering What Ebert’s Words Meant

Regardless of his views on video games, Roger Ebert impacted the gaming industry more than you may know. Gamers Association editor Nick Cane explains how. (Culture, Roger Ebert)

Donnieboi  +   722d ago
No offence to him, and R.I.P, and all of that, but his words meant nothing, because he was given a PS3 with a copy of Journey (and I think Heavy Rain) and he absolutely refused to play it. He just stubbornly held onto his belief that games were not art. Rest in Peace Mr. Ebert, but your statement on games will forever be invalid due to your stubborn insistence to not even give them a try in the privacy of your own home.

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