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Video Games have been around for over 3 decades and never disappointed anybody. Video games take years to develop but there has been an argument between thousands of people. They are arguing over videogames being considered a form of art. Some people are on the side where they say videogames should be considered as a form of art, but other are disagreeing with them saying videogames shouldn't become a form of art. Roger Ebert published an ary clue In “The Atlantic” claiming videogames aren't a form of art, but Kyle Chykira went against his theory and also published an article in “The Atlantic” saying why art is a form of art. Roger Ebert published a article on May 5th, 2006 in the newspaper called " The Atlantic" claiming that…show more content…
so i think Roger Ebert does not know how much work, time, planning, and money go into making a videogame. Kyle Chykira goes against his reasoning on why video games and wrote his oKyle Chykira has an diffrent view on video games becoming a form of art. Kyle Chykira has also published an article in "The Atlantic" claiming that videogames are and should become a form of art. when Roger Ebert stated that videogames are nothing and that they are just visual, poetry, and music all wrapped into one little disc. kyle came back and claimed in his article saying that "videogaes do have meaning. videogames are not just visual, poetry, and music all wrapped into one little disc." kyle said " videogames take time to plan, develope, sketch out, time for charater dialoges. videogames are just like art." his article said that videogames are just like art infact videogames and art are just alike. videogames and art take time to plan, they both take time to develope, they both invole music, poetry, and visual meaning in everything it has. video games are in the same catogory as art they both have alot of meaning, and theyboth take time to do so.wn article in the same newspaper. here is what is
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