Video Games Can Be Art, If Only Anyone Can Access Them

Let’s get straight to the point: video games, like any creative medium that requires creative input from the maker, can be art. But why are we still discussing this? Based on that previous statement, video games should already be art, but why don’t a great number of people think so? The answer: a lot of games aren’t accessible to people. Let me elaborate: anyone can read a book, right? We were forced into learning this skill since we were born. Likewise, anyone can watch TV, movies, or look at a piece of artwork. But not anyone can play video games.

Top Ten Video Games that Became Movies

10. Pokemon: The First Movie I admit I was somewhat caught up in the hype to finally catch a glimpse of the famed Mew and Mewtwo, so elusive they were in the Gameboy games. I have to say their arrival was kind of bittersweet given how flat the story was, but their epic battle gave rise to the idea of how awesome a combination of hand drawn animation and computer animation could be. 9. Double Dragon The film itself was cheesy and somewhat distorted with too many stories going on at one time. The plot was thin and the fight

Top 5 Strangest Video Games Ever Made

Video game designers long ago realized that video gamers will play just about anything if it is fun to play and replay value. This allows designers to create some rather strange and unusual games that often are surprisingly popular. In a video game world filled with plumbers fighting walking mushrooms, giant monsters smashing buildings, and cars with machine guns and oil slicks, it would seem very little would seem strange. Still, a few games stand out as some of the strangest video games ever. 5. Zero Wing (Sega Mega Drive) The original version of this game is actually a rather

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