Roger Ebert is eating his words. This past week the National Endowment for the Arts has officially recognized video games as a legitimate art form. On that same thread, The Sess sees a different angle to this artistic argument. Recently there has been an influx of games and patches inspired by the death of Osama Bin Laden, which got Adam thinking about venues of expression. He thinks this form of media is being used by individuals to try to understand or explain a large world event that we're all living through, something artists have been doing for centuries. Do you agree that these games are an artistic voice? Or do you think it's just simply fuel for machismo and nationalism?