Games have been described as total works of art in the vein of German composer Richard Wagner – the perfect combination of different art forms. But some say they do not constitute any form of art.
A German computer industry body has ruled that swastikas and Hitler's mustache can be depicted in the World War II game Wolfenstein. The group had previously judged that images should be doctored to remove Nazi symbols.
Illegally displaying Nazi symbols in Germany can be punished by three years in jail. The ban broadly exempts art, but which works are allowed to show swastikas, SS sig runes and such is often more a matter of the medium.
Family entertainment? Or spine-tingeling horror games? Which titles are most popular so far this year?
.According to a Dutch market research company, these countries will spend the most money on video games in 2017.
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