This isn’t a blog post, but for those of you who are interested in the subject of video games as art (or even those of you who disagree with that statement), you should definitely check this video out. It is about an hour, but talks about how the way in which we interact with video games and the manner in which we control the game and traverse the plot offers a very unique experience when compared to that of a book, or a painting. It raises interesting questions about what art is, since a video game can evoke very interactive and unique emotions within us, much like music, paintings, or anything else we traditionally consider art.
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