I love videogames more than books – sometimes. It’s not easy to admit that books are not my one bountiful passion in life (because how romantic is that?), and it’s taken me even longer to rationalize the two together. Unlike books, there is a negative connotation with video games. There is a good possibility that… More Books and Videogames: A Marriage of Two Mediums By: Autumn Magro
I used to hold the opinion that video games couldn’t be considered an art form. This was in part because it resembled nothing close to traditional art, and also because I liked video games, and I figured a teenager with minimal life experience’s opinion on anything was probably wrong. Naturally, I was wrong. Video games… More Storytelling in Video Games
Seems like a bizarre sort of juxtaposition, right? Especially with all of the media attention surrounding video games lately. But, as a twenty-one year old English student who has been an avid fan of video games since I could first hold a gameboy, I find this form of entertainment to be just as valid as film or… More Literature and…video games!?