For years, Video Game cultural philosophers and social critics have looked EVERYWHERE for the pinnacle moment that would finally prove video games were worthy of artistic consideration or merit. And we at RE:BIND have good news, we finally found it!

Yes! That’s right. We have found the much reknown CITIZEN KANE OF VIDEO GAMES thanks to the wonderful folks at Dreamfeel. Thankfully, this also means we can stop writing the discourse and doing deep conceptual dives on weird creepy art games. Phew. There’s a lovely breakdown of how they made it HERE

Like Unforgiven, the Citizen Kane Of Video Games finally brings Video Games to a close. What a thrilling run it was, I’m very glad to see Video Games Season 1 come to a wonderful conclusion and am very looking forward to whatever Netflix comes up with next for season 2!

For the record, I give it a 8 out of 10.

ANYWAY, IT’S E3 AND WE’RE BUSY! GOT TOO MUCH TO DO. Go play a Final Fantasy remake or whatever is popular now.

Writer’s Note: if you’re seeing this article. the Editor decided the writing staff had fallen down some sort of liminal art space or otherwise recovering from some obnoxious industry social event, or otherwise unable to bring you our artistically validating content. We’ll see you next week!/Tomorrow!

Emily Rose is an indie developer who writes for and resides in the pacific northwest. She’s often seen in the local VR arcade and developer community participating in pushing the medium’s horizons. You can find her on twitter @caravanmalice