GamingTrend writes: "Whenever a game gets tagged as "games as art", it gets my attention. I tend to enjoy games that display a high level of creativity, and fall outside the standard gaming conventions of Space Marine Shooter XIII or Fantasy World 101. Typically, any game that gets classified as "art" displays incredible artistic, storytelling, or musical talent on the part of the developers, and usually combines all of the above to become something very memorable and different for the player. When it works, these games can be utterly brilliant. Games like Loco Roco, Planescape: Torment, Okami, Braid, Ico, Beyond Good & Evil are shining examples of games with such a incredible level of artistic creativity that you're almost required to like them."