A Way Out Developer Criticizes Roger Ebert's Anti-Video Game Views

A Way Out's Josef Fares talks Roger Ebert and video games, referring to the 'insanely stupid' view that video games cannot be art.

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247d ago
OffRoadKing247d ago

Didn't he die in like 2013? Why is he even worried about what he thought at this point, let it go Josef. It's well established video games are an art form and therefore is art.

fewDankMemes247d ago

A Way Out domination across all nations. Such a spectacular game!

eagle21247d ago (Edited 247d ago )

I miss Roger Ebert greatly. I still go to his reviews first (for past movies).

That being said, the iconic Museum Of Modern Art has already started collecting video games as art. Some of these are Pac-Man, Tetris, Pong, Street Fighter II and Portal. And these are some titles that they wish to acquire in the future:

Spacewar (1962)
Zork (1980)
Donkey Kong (1981)
M.U.L.E. (1983)
Core War (1984)
Marble Madness (1984)
Super Mario Bros. (1985)
The Legend of Zelda (1986)
NetHack (1987)
Chrono Trigger (1995)
Super Mario 64 (1996)
Grim Fandango (1998)
Animal Crossing (2001)

You're welcome. :)