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A rant about how video games can be considered an artform and the people who just don't get it.
Holy shiz... this is almost exactly the same as a blog post I wrote on the subject. For anyone interested, it's the post titled "The Cultural Value of Video Games" on Kidventurer.
so true, people blame videogames for anything violent, but 70% of people in my state go to psychiatrists on a regular basis, and they don't play video games. they probably think everyone is as messed up as they are, highspeed internet is banned in my town by the religious mafia, they also blocked a mcdonalds because it would cause more minorities to come to the area, because apparently 2% minorities is an unacceptably high percentage here. if most people were as smart as foamy there would probably be no crime. the gamestops have gotten out of hand, i went to the midnight release of a game... i had to get my mom to come in to say it was ok for me to get the game just because i didn't have an ID on me, i was 18 at the time. you think that being 6 and a half feet tall would be ID enough. the whole world needs a good dose of foamy to bring them into the 21st century. videogames are an art form, even my mom realized that after Uncharted Drake's Fortune, but not all games can be as great as that, like modern/abstract art XD sometimes you just need a good dose of some beautiful classics.
The one Foamy The Squirrel I like because he ranted about something that just REALLY needed some good ranting on. Very fucking awesome.
this is a clascic one and funny to. :)
he blinks alot. but this video hasa good point here.
A kid receives a very special gift from Super Smash Bros this Christmas
This time Tuk has to start the fire...
WTF is life drawing?
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