In video games the players of the game are a big part of creating the game itself.

In video games the players of the game are a big part of creating the game itself..
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In video games the players of the game are a big part of creating the game itself. The choices the player makes can determine the route the story takes, the outcome of the plot, and the kind of character the story revolves around.

But this raises an interesting question. Who is responsible for creating a work of art? The artist? Or the audience? Who determines what a work of art means? The one who makes it? Or the one who sees, reads, thinks about it?

For your Main Post this week, answer the following question: Who creates the meaning of a work of art? The artist? The audience? Or both? And, if it is both, how do they each contribute to creating the meaning of a work? What aspects of the creation are each responsible for? What kinds of things does the reader/audience contribute?

For your Peer Response post, think about and respond to your peer’s argument.

In video games the players of the game are a big part of creating the game itself.