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"The Last of Us vs. Pac-Man, Which is MORE Artistic?"

The Last of Us vs. Pac-Man

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Release date July 12, 2015
Length 12:46
Link The Last of Us vs. Pac-Man, Which is MORE Artistic?
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Episode 4
Series DeadLock
Games The Last of Us
Pac-Man
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The Last of Us vs. Pac-Man, Which is MORE Artistic? (subtitled Which is Art?) is the 3rd episode of DeadLock on The Game Theorists. In it, MatPat and Jared from Wisecrack debate whether The Last of Us or Pac-Man is a better game from an artistic point of view.

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Check me out on Wisecrack! ►► http://bit.ly/1dUhzfC
VOTE: The Last of Us ► http://bit.ly/ellieFTW
VOTE: Pacman ► http://bit.ly/pacmanftw

Can video games be art? It's a question that's been debated for years, but finally we're at a point in time where YES, video games are recognized as an established art form. BUT, that doesn't mean all games are created equally. Take for instance The Last of Us and Pacman, two VERY different games from VERY different generations of gaming. Are they art? Is one more artistic than the other? What makes a game an artistic work? We aim to find out today on DEADLOCK!

Like the music? Check out Carfie! ► ► http://bit.ly/1L7mFPw

Thanks to my buddy Jared from Wisecrack:
https://www.youtube.com/user/thugnotes

Also note that all sides of the debate are RANDOMLY decided, so the debater may be arguing for a side he or she doesn't agree with. We wanted to keep this as neutral and unbiased as possible. NO HATE!

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