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With the Internet and current trends in highly sophisticated gaming, with so many levels of difficulty and storytelling, aren’t games becoming a true form of entertainment/art? Does this change the definition of what art is? - Question/Answer Now Playing


With the Internet and current trends in highly sophisticated gaming, with so many levels of difficulty and storytelling, aren’t games becoming a true form of entertainment/art? Does this change the definition of what art is?

Aug 11, 2011

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With the Internet and current trends in highly sophisticated gaming, with so many levels of difficulty and storytelling, aren’t games becoming a true form of entertainment/art? Does this change the definition of what art is? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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Bass wrote
at Aug 11, 2011 - 8:31 AM
Exactly.

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