Games as Art

Those who haven’t played video games in years, or who have played only mainstream games, may still consider games as mindless entertainment or violent exercises in stress release. The idea of games as art may seem to you wishful thinking or something far in the future. But those of us who’ve played or studied modern games, particularly those at the edges of popularity and those that take more than fast reflexes to play well, know that the time of games as art has been upon us for several years for certain and arguably much longer.

Here are a few links to get you started on thinking of games as art intended to be experienced dynamically, with the subject as an integral part of the work’s unfolding.



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