Stranded87 wrote:Look at various top 100/50/10 greatest movies of all, you'll notice that pure entertainment films tend to appear at the the bottom of list. Check the greatest lists for videogames and most, if not all, are pure entertainment.
People actually list films that have artistic merit over pure entertainment films, they are saying that certain films are artistically and objectively better than pure entertainment films. This doesn't hold true for games since they have no artistic merit, they're either walking simulators, 'Choose your own adventure' cgi books or games with 'art' draped over it.
Stranded87 wrote:This was in answer to when 'art as games' gamers point out various bits of arts contained in games somehow make the whole game art, like Braid for instance, where apparently the nice watercolor graphics and the (crappy) bits of prose placed in between levels make it art.
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