A Slow Year, the anthology of "video game poems" Dr. Ian Bogost wrote for the Atari 2600, has published a special edition befitting a work of art. The box is hand-crafted and bound in red leather, with foil-stamped gold lettering. The set sells for $US500 and only 20 are available, but admiring it is free.
Video Game "Poems" Get A Luxurious Special-Edition Release
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