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Games as art?

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#1 jhoedi


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Posted 24 September 2015 - 03:40 AM



Just A Thought...


-Will certain games truly ever be accepted as "art" in the same vein that films are

-Does it matter?

-Will "arty" games help improve the stigma that gaming still has?

-Do developers really help the situation?

-Which games that you've played in the last year or so would you consider "art"?

-Do we as gamers often overlook the artistic message, or feeling that many games convey?

-Does the Snobbery of other more establish media detract from the art the games have the potential to bring?




Looking forward to seeing what people think of games as art.


We also discuss being the bad guy in games, and how there just aren't enough games where you're the villain, on the side of the bad guys.




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