It costs something to be a part of games spaces.
It is 2 AM in a dark bedroom, in a home that isn’t mine. For the first time in my life, I am experiencing a videogame.
The crew meets in the cafeteria, tense stares across a large table, with one space in the circle conspicuously empty.
Somehow, I return to the five or so play experiences I can pick up, loop a few times, and then put down.
As much as games are a silly entertainment, they’re also bigger than that.