Every week, sort of, features editor Anthony Burch discusses games and gamer culture in his "Rev Rant" video series.
There are two groups of gamers: those who don't care whether games are ever recognized as a legitimate art form by the mainstream media, and those who do.
I belong to the latter group, and, in the above video, I try to explain why. Maybe you'll agree with it, maybe you won't. What can you do, right?
You can go here to read a synopsis of the Chris Hecker speech I mention at the start of the video.
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