If F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is a commentary on the American Dream, Slate's The Great Gatsby: The Video Game continues that narrative in the most straightforward, nihilistic manner. In short, you're on a boat and there's a green light at the end of the screen, mimicking the green light...
We're not about to suggest that you play the new "NES version" of The Great Gatsby instead of actually reading the book. Reading Fitzgerald's classic is simply part of the American curriculum. If we had to do it, so do you. Still, everyone needs a break from reading, and you might as well spend...
Posted on Jul 22nd 2014 1:00PM
Posted on Jul 22nd 2014 12:00PM
Posted on Jul 22nd 2014 9:01AM