How old were you when you realized was a limited artform incapable of adequately expressing the complexities of the human condition and moved on to more mature and complex forms of art like cinema and literature?
cinema is only slightly over 100 years old and had surpassed music as an art halfway through that run, sorry for your limit block buster exposer
narrative driven film is for babbys
>non narrative driven
Music wins get real
What is the musical equivalent to this flick?
>Our Century (Peleshian, 1982)
>Wall (Ito, 1987)
>Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania (Mekas, 1972)
>Pictures of the Old World (Hanak, 1972)
the list goes on bois
The thing is, cinema combines dialogue (type of literature), soundtrack (for /mu/ fags) and visuals. It really is the best art form.
the best cinema scripts can't match the best books and the best soundtracks can't match the best albums
btw it's silly to compare the artforms, it's not a competition. there are moments for each one of them and each one has its advantages
Still torn on this. Spent a lot of years contributing (with some success) to the experimental games scene, and don't want it to have been a waste. but some times I step back, realize all of my favourite art is film, music, and literature, and wonder if it might be time to jump ship before I've put all of my eggs in this basket and have nowhere else to turn.
I still think they have a lot of potential, but every year I grow up a little more, and less and less games capture my interest.
Video Games are still relatively new, but the idea of interactive art or even experimental worlds could become a thing. Especially with VR the possibilities of creating artistic experiences will be far beyond anything ever done