Video games as art3votes I like it
slycelote says: Strongly atmospheric, immersive setting.The level of detail allowed by the use of CD-ROM as the storage media was a technical achievement at the time, praised for the way the limitations of the format were overcome and used as part of the game story.
slycelote says: A cult-classic role-playing game that was praised for its detailed writing, defined characters, unique setting and the use of death to progress the story.
slycelote says: A survival horror that has been described "the strangest video game of the year" and a primary example of "games as art", praised for its "emotional range, from traditional survival horror scares to farcical comedy".
slycelote says: Political uprising plot develops in the background of mechanical, grinding gameplay that mimics the repetitive work of an immigration officer in a fictional country, presenting the player with ethical and moral choices between job and family.
slycelote says: Gone Home is praised for its narration, gameplay and atmosphere it provides.
slycelote says: A survival horror game praised for its horror elements, particularly its atmosphere and sound, with many critics regarding it as one of their most scary experiences.
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