Legendary film critic Roger Ebert has passed away at the age of 70 after a long battle with cancer. »
Ever since he typed the words "Games are not art", Roger Ebert has been vilified by the video game community. But here's something you might not know about him: He once reviewed a video game and loved it.
In the video above, I break down The Cosmology of Kyoto, one of two games that gaming's most notorious critic… »
Roger Ebert is a very smart man and a very sharp and entertaining writer who just happens to think very, very poorly of video games. »
While famed film critic Roger Ebert says he still hasn't changed his mind about video games, and his view that they can't be art, he recently pointed his nearly 400,000-strong Twitter followomg to what he called a "well-written defense of video games" by musician Blake Williams. Here is the article, with permission,… »
Roger Ebert did a brave thing today, a terrible thing today: He admitted that he was wrong and said he has no plans on rectifying that. »
"I was a fool for mentioning video games in the first place," writes the famed movie critic. "I would never express an opinion on a movie I hadn't seen." »
The Chicago Sun-Times film critic has finally revisited his old contention that games can never be art, to defend it "in principle," and to dispute about that which cannot be disputed. »