Reminder that video games are just that- games. Toys, whether adult or for children, are still toys. This will never change no matter how much you play epic serious games, they're still toys and should be treated as such.
People who build identities around their hobbies are literally autistic children sucking corporate cock hoping their efforts will get them a creamy reward from their shameless shilling.
And what does that make you?
You're absolutely right.
video games are highly technical toys with lots of possibilities. They are built to be playable. (to have fun through the idea of interactivity)
They are not art.
Whatever is left behind after dropping all attachments to egoic pursuits. That is who you are.
As entertainment. You should expect to be able to play with them, more or less.
that isn't art, because as you can see it's built to be posable. In other words, something is already expected out of it. It's designed to be "fun".
You're beginning to understand, anon.
Reminder that film and literature and music are just recreational entertainment. Tecreational entertainment, whether adult or for children, are still recreational entertainment. This will never change no matter how much you find joy in your recreational entertainment, they're still recreational entertainment and should be treated as such.
Hey, who am I kidding. A football is just a toy, you just toss it around. Who was the tryhard that decided "Hey, this should be a game that everyone will want to watch"?
Thanks for enlightening me anon, truly, very truly, oh-so gratefully, thank you anon oh so very much.
The gentle approach isn't well respect among the anons. Gotta speak their language if you wanna get their attention.
Thanks familia, glad to see there are other anons who get it
Aren't these sorts of beliefs egoic pursuits too? Believing that you are nothing makes you something. The only way to truly be nothing is not to believe anything at all, but then you wouldn't be on a Rajastani Embroidery Collective trying to cure autism if you practice what you preach.
>I like music and cooking
Fucking corporate shill, I have a real personality (whatever that is) and that's why I spend all of my time posting anonymously on an image board famous for aids jokes and illicit pornography
You're trying to apply conditioned paths of logic and rationality that doesn't necessarily apply to what I'm getting at. I don't have to acknowledge your rules on how the world works anymore than you have to mine. Your cultural projections are just that, projections.
There's no cure for autism. I'm just throwing my ideas out into the ether and if people read and consider it, cool. If they dont, cool. It doesn't matter either way. People are going to do what they do.
video games need to be built around being playable, theres an angle that aims to make the experience "fun" (depending on what the goal is) a certain level of pandering is a key element in the creation. The idea of a playability and interactivity is universal and objective.
if you shoot a film though, you don't have to worry about expectations though. You just film an empty water bottle for 3 hours and it will exist as a testament to itself. No one will give a shit. Maybe someone will? Maybe it will evoke something in someone? Who knows
Are you trying to be satirical? This is also true. It's just a
typicallymore sophisticated form of entertainment.
Sports, modern hunting, dance, running; It's all just for fun, really. These things, however, tend to have fringe benefits
namely fitnessthat videogames lack, and are considered better for those fringe benefits.
Reminder that OPa are just that- OPs. Faggots, whether adult or for children, are still faggots. This will never change no matter how much you make epic serious posts, they're still faggots and should be treated as such.
If you really thought it didn't matter, you wouldn't have done it. You did it because its an important part of your identity, that you are adopting a morally superior position on, which you are defending with a nebulous standard of logic. You're right though, anon, people are going to do what they do. We're a perfect demonstration of that.
>projecting this hard
Okay, anon. If someone sharing their thoughts on a matter is enough for you to construct an identity for them, then good on you. I can't say I share your perspective.