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It wasn't mentioned in many of the obituaries of Roger Ebert, but it still smarts among nerds everywhere: Ebert's declaration that video games aren't, and never can be, art. Games, unlike movies, have an objective, and they rely on the input of users trying to achieve that objective, so they're better described as activities, he argued. "Bobby Fischer, Michael Jordan and Dick Butkus never said...

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