What do you think?
These two games stand out the most for me in this category, how about you?
Most Helpful Girl
Yassss the most beautiful game i've played is Oboro Muramasa. Played it so many times cause its so beautiful. 😍😍😍
I wish they remake Okami cause the game has such bad graphics lol. 😂3
Most Helpful Guy
I would say that most of them are technically art, since they require artists and writers analogous to the way that animated movies do. The ones that I personally always think of as art, though, are the computer adventure-genre games in the 90s.
My personal favorites are the the "Quest for Glory" and "King's Quest" series, made by Sierra, like:
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire
And the Indiana Jones adventure games made by LucasArts:
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
And the series "The Journeyman Project" by Presto Studios:
Buried in Time
The reason why I mention adventure games is that, by the nature of the adventure genre, they are more often story-driven than other game genres (although not always). And since novels and movies are storytelling mediums, and literature and cinema are considered art forms, games should be too, in my opinion. Just as books and movies have their own strengths and limitations as storytelling mediums, so too do games have their own strengths and limitations for storytelling that are unique from movies and books. There are things that games can do in terms of storytelling that books and movies just can't.
Plus, all the particular games I mentioned have great and memorable music that I still remember all these years later. xD0