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What makes you care about a videogame character? Clue: it's not ladles of expository dialogue.
Text-based games are saying things about the wars we fight that the AAA shooter cannot.
Brendan Keogh cuts through the dross to uncover the best writing about games anywhere on the internet.
From Pac-Man to Dwarf Fortress, the museum records the development of the medium for posterity.
Videogame writer Ed Stern argues that "video games as a medium are not going to gain cultural legitimacy or worth through the attention of critics or theorists - it's going to be because the games are good".
"How the world reacts to your character tells you who you are," says Jeffrey Yolahem.
The new Rockstar game comes out in the second quarter of next year.
The rise of digital folk games, which are designed to break social taboos, to get strangers talking and interacting and to make public spaces feel more friendly.
Sega only likes women if they're in bikinis.