By now, most folks have seen the modern-day cinematic tour dé force that is Tommy Wiseau's The Room. And
if you haven't seen it, well, there is a gaping hole in the fabric of
your being that you are currently unaware of. See the film now and you
will leave the theater with a whole new take on love, life, and spoons.
VOTE NOW: The Laser Orgy 500: The Quest To Crown the Greatest Video Game of All Time.
We begin our list of weekly featured battles in our ongoing Quest To Crown the Greatest Video Game of All Time with this matchup between two of the biggest-selling games of the last five years. Grand Theft Auto IV came out in 2008 to rapturous praise, and while the Citizen Kane comparisons were maybe a bit much (and a bit off-base), the game was still an artistic success, whether measured by its storyline or its open-world re-creation of a living, breathing digital New York City.
GO VOTE NOW: The Laser Orgy 500.
It all began, as most of our ideas do, with a silly argument at the Phoenix office. I don’t remember who started it, or even what got us going — but I do know that we found ourselves debating the relative merits of the educational PC games we all played when we were in elementary school in the 1980s.
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