When you buy a DVD you are getting quality entertainment, whose content is artistically legitimized at events like the Academy Awards. When you buy a video game you are in essence buying a toy. Which is usually purchased by overworked and time challenged parents who want their kids entertained and out of their hair for awhile. I tell ya, video games don't get no respect. And should they? Are they as viable as the movies as an artistic medium deserving of respect? Is driving around a race track or shooting aliens worthy of artistic notice? Are there games so well portrayed and with dialogue worthy of a movie (not really saying much there based on the action movies I've seen of late , that could challenge the label of "toy", and take video game content into the category of a worthy artistic experience?