From Eurogamer: “It’s hard to conceive of an artistic medium more ephemeral than video games.

In the opening pages of his book Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter, Tom Bissell writes with undisguised melancholy, “One game designer told me that, due to the impermanent and tech-dependent nature of his medium, he sometimes felt as though he were writing his legacy in water.””

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