Submitted by -Mezzo- 597d ago | article

Good Intentions

Unwinnable - Artist’s intentionality is a tricky thing to deal with in criticism. Does the artwork mean what the artist claims it means or what the audience interprets it to mean? It’s a question that artists and critics have debated for many years longer than videogames have existed and they are going to debate it for many years more. (Culture, Far Cry 3)

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