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  • Sachi 9:20 pm on October 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Comic Books, , , F. Scott Fizgerald, , Guillermo Del Toro, Hayao Miyazaki, John Steinbeck, , , , Shadow of the Colossus,   

    Can Video Games be Considered an Art Form? 

    Art. What the hell is it? Is it a beautifully realistic painting of nature, an emotionally captivating piece of music, or simply an expression that portrays the largest amount of ideas using the smallest amount of material? It’s already hard enough to define what art is; heck, it’s probably impossible. However, there are still many things that can widely be considered art, many things cannot, and many things that are along the fence. Here I will be balancing on that fence and diving headfirst into the long-running debate of whether or not a video game can be considered a work of art. It really is a nasty subject to dive into, with a lot of people on both sides, but I’m in the mood to write a good rant and I’m not doing anything else with my time, so lets get to it. Can a video game ever being considered a form of art, or is it nothing more than entertainment? (More …)

  • Sachi 10:41 pm on March 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , F. Scott Fizgerald, , Great Gatsby, , , Tender is the Night   

    Review of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night 

    (Before I get complaints about the format of this blog, this particular essay was for my English class, but it was also a book I read on my leisure time and not a standardized book for class, so I think it deserves a good spot on this blog as well. Just try to ignore the horrid format.) (More …)

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